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First Free Congregational Church
The First Free Congregational Church, more commonly known as the Bridge Street Church, is a fine and rare example of a vernacular Greek Revival building of the mid-nineteeth century. This style reached the height of its popularity in the 1830s and 1840s but few non-residential buildings of this period remain in Brooklyn. When the Bridge Street Church was constructed fn 1846-47 ' its simple rectangular shape and temple front were still considered ideal architectural forms for a religious structure. The straightforward shape of this brick and wood building, and the lack of applied ornament indicate its modest beginnings and have helped adapt the building to the varied uses it has had since it served a religious congregation.
The land in this part of Brooklyn was originally part of the estate of Dr. John Ouffield. It was surveyed and divided into lots in 1829- The three lots on which the church stands were owned by Samuel Willoughby when they were purchased by the First Free Congregational Church in 1846.
This congregation was organized in 1841 as the First Free Presbyterian Church and it occupied a building at Lawrence and Tillary Streets in Brooklyn. After four years of existence, and with a membership of 150 people, this group decided to change its affiliation to Congregational.
Thus in 1845 they became the First Free Congregational Church and the second of that denomination in Brooklyn. The "Free" in the name refers to the Church's policy of not charging a rental fee for its seats, a common practice in other churches at the time. Under the leadership of their first minister Rev. Isaac N. Sprague, the building on Bridge Street was constructed, at a cost of $14,000. Original plans called for a tower modelled after the Monument of Lysicrates in Athens to be placed on the ridge of the roof, but this was never carried out.
Internal disputes forced the congregation to disband within a fairly short time. By 1854, the building was turned over to six trustees of
the church for the purpose of selling it and paying off all debts. Shortly thereafter, it was bought by the Af ri can Wes leyan Method i st Church. This congregation prospered and remained in the building for eighty-four years.
The A.W.M.E. Church had its beginnings in the eighteenth century when Thomas Webb, a Wes 1 eyan captain in the British Army,travel led from Manhattan to Brooklyn to preach to a small group of followers in open air services. His ministry was carried on by Woolman Hickson later in the century. By 1794, his followers constructed a church in Brooklyn. The congregation, composed of whites, free Negroes, and ex-slaves,became known as the Sands Street Methodist Church. The white people in the congregation harassed the Negroes, requiring them to sit in the crowded gallery and then demanding $10.00 payment for the seats. The blacks withdrew in a body and incorporated in 1818 as the African Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal Church of Brooklyn.
Their first building was on Hiqh Street, between Bridge and Jay Streets. The congregation grew and they acquired this building on Bridge Street in 1854, purchasing it from the hirst Congregational Church for $12,500. By this time membership had reached 292.
The A.W.M.E. Church is the oldest black congregation in Brooklyn and played an important and active role in the anti-slavery movement. Many escaping slaves were housed in the basement of this building as they made their way northward to freedom.
A fire burned part of the building in I885 but the damage seems to have
been limited to the inside. It was repaired and furnishings replaced within months.4
The A.W.M.E. Congregation remained in the building until 19^8. Then the church followed most of its members who had moved to the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. The building was sold to another religious organization, the Gospel Temple Church of God in Christ. This group held the building for almost two years, until the end of 1949- For the following five years, the building was owned by a businessman and its use as a church was at an end. The area of Brooklyn where it was located had become commercial rather than residential, and the building was coverted for industrial use.
From 1955 until 1968, it housed classrooms and office space for the Institute of Design and Construction, a school devoted to the building trades. In 1968, it was taken over by the Polytechnic Institute of New York, the present owners of the building. Some exterior changes were made to adhere to building codes, but the majority of work took place on the interior. The result is that the building appears today much as it did when it was constructed in the mid-nineteenth century.
This building's debt to the Greek Revival style can be seen in the two fluted wooden columns and the low-pitched, full-width pediment in front. The Greek Revival had been a very popular style in the early 1800s and the temple front was considered quite fitting for a
i finally got to make what would hopefully be considered a real quilt! it was sweet lil' annalie's second birthday yesterday and we wanted to give her something special that she could hopefully enjoy for a very long time. she'll be moving back to the states in about a year and i thought it would be nice for her to have something to remember us by long after our ways have parted.
about the quilt... it measures about 85 by 115cm. most of the fabrics are alexander henry prints. i tried to use fabrics which her mom has used to make clothes for her but only had a few of the wonderful prints she chooses. i did lots of machine applique which worked better and faster than i had feared it would. the batting is one half of a light polyester ikea blanket (yup, we're cheap like that). the backing is an ikea cotton print. it's all machine pieced and free-motion quilted. i machined topstitched the (not at all bias) bias instead of handsewing it and will continue to use this unorthodox method until my kid's are grown and i can afford to spend all that extra time on projects. about the actual quilting... i was very close to spending a good bit of cash on getting a quilting foot for my not-so-fancy modern machine but figured i should at least try and see if for some random reason all the cool little extra feet that came with my butt-kickin' vintage pfaff would fit on the newer machine. gasp! totally works! i'm of course stoked. anyways, i took a 4" practice sandwich and as soon as i had free-motion sewn my first halfway decent looking line decided to just brave it. i had NOT read a tutorial or anything on this technique and instead decided i'd figure it out as i went. so the quilting is very much less than perfect but i'm still quite happy with the way it turned out. at some point about halfway through i started breaking needles like crazy. i broke every single needle i had in the three sizes i thought would be acceptable for this task (a total of seven or more needles!!) so my sweet husband made a quick trip to the department store to get some more notions for me. i'm still unsure what caused the problem but think it may have had something to do with the applique. which is why at that point i decided to leave quilting the applique bits til the end. i managed to quilt over them all without breaking any more needles but because i quilted around them first, those spots (especially the letters) ended up looking a little funky. oh well. ;)
so yes, here it is, my first quilt. i'm very proud of it and hoping the next one will take only half as long to make. this one probably took an estimated 15-20 hours from choosing the fabrics and designing the layout to finish.
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