Panorama of the Sanctuary at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Newcastle, Maine

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Newcastle, Maine is a new addition to the Sacred Spaces of New England project. Dedicated in 1883, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church is the first example of a cottage Gothic Revival style church in the United States. Designed by architect Henry Vaughan, the wood framed building is protected by a wooden shingle gabled roof and its exterior walls finished with half-timbered stucco, reminiscent of 15th century English architecture.

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

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