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First organized in 1673 as The Congregational Church of Deerfield and later embracing Unitarianism in 1807, The First Church of Deerfield is affiliated with both the United Church of Christ and the Unitarian Universalist Association. The Church is housed in a largely unaltered 1824 Classical Revival meeting house designed by architect Winthrop Clapp, who drew inspiration from Greenfield’s Second Congregational Church 1819 structure, which was demolished. The First Church of Deerfield, which is also known simply as the Brick Church, is listed as a National Historic Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Old Deerfield Historic District not only because of its architectural significance, but it has been considered a central building in the religious and social life of the Deerfield community.
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