Panorama of the Sanctuary at the Finnish Congregational Church in South Thomaston, Maine

The Finnish Congregational Church in South Thomaston, Maine is a new addition to the Sacred Spaces of New England project. The Finnish Congregational Church was formally organized in 1921 in response to an influx of Finnish immigrants to the area between 1900 and 1920. The congregation’s building, built in the same year, is considered to be the first religious structure constructed by the Finnish community within Knox County.

If you would like to learn more about the church, please visit the Finnish Congregational Church’s entry on the Sacred Spaces of New England website.

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