The First Congregational Church of Madison, Connecticut

Prominently located on Madison’s town green, the First Congregational Church of Madison, Connecticut serves as a testament to its community’s rich 300-year history. Built in the Federal style in 1838, the church resides at its third site—having served dually as a place of worship and a venue for local town meetings until 1897 when a new town hall was built. Remarkably pristine, the restrained use of color accentuates the bold Federal architectural design, signifying the church’s autonomous stance.

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