New Jersey Mid-Century Modern Churches

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First Church of Christ Scientist
Toms River, NJ
First Presbyterian Church
Wildwood, NJ
St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church
Westwood, NJ
The First Church of Christ Scientist was designed by Faulkner, Faulkner and Associates. It was built in 1970. The building now houses the Trinity Church. [map]

The First Presbyterian Church was built in 1965. [map]

St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church was built in 1964. The stained glass windows were created by Jean Barillet. [map]

St. Michael's Episcopal Church
Wayne, NJ
St. Michael's Episcopal Church was designed by Alfonso Alvarez. The original church (at right above) was built in 1959. The current church addition (on left above) was built in 1965. [map]

Our Lady of Pompeii Church
Vineland, NJ
Our Lady of Pompeii Church was designed by Anderson & Sardakis and built in 1968. [map]

St. Bernadette's Church
Northfield, NJ
St. Bernadette's Church houses the St. Gianna Beretta Molla Parish. The church was built in 1966. [map]

St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Beachwood, NJ
St. Paul's Lutheran Church was designed by Herman Hassinger and built in 1970. It is nicknamed the "Upside-Down Boat". [map]

More New Jersey Mid-Century Modern Churches:
former Our Lady of All Souls Church (East Orange)
St. Aloysius Church (Jackson)
Temple Emanu-El (Livingston)
St. Thomas More Church (Morristown) [map]
Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church (North Bergen)
St. Augustine Catholic Church (Union City)