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United Methodist Church, Patchogue

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure. Designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889, it has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011) Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure. Designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889, it has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011)

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure, was designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889. It has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011)

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure. Designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889, it has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011)

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure, was designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889. It has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011)

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure. Designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889, it has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011)

The pipe organ at United Methodist Church in
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The pipe organ at United Methodist Church in Patchogue was purchased in 1984 and fully restored in 1993 by Foley Baker Co. of Connecticut. (July 1, 2011)

The main sanctuary at United Methodist Church in
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The main sanctuary at United Methodist Church in Patchogue measures 84 feet wide by 72 feet high and has a 100-foot spire. It has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The room, including the balcony, seats 700. (July 1, 2011)

The main sanctuary at United Methodist Church in
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The main sanctuary at United Methodist Church in Patchogue measures 84 feet wide by 72 feet high and has a 100-foot spire. It has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The room, including the balcony, seats 700. (July 1, 2011)

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of
Photo Credit: Carl Corry

The United Methodist Church, at the intersection of South Ocean Avenue and Church Street, is a Romanesque Revival brick structure, was designed by Oscar S. Teale and built in 1889. It has opal stained-glass rose windows by Tiffany Brothers Studios. The church -- the second-oldest Methodist church on Long Island -- was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Its 10 a.m. Sunday services are streamed live on ustream.com. (July 1, 2011)

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