First Congregational Church (Jackson, Michigan)

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187, North Jackson Street, Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan, 49201, USA

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Description First Congregational Church (Jackson, Michigan)

The First Congregational Church is a historic church in downtown Jackson, Michigan, adjacent to the original city square. It was listed as a Michigan State Historic Site in 1987 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in July 2017. The church is currently home to the First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ of Jackson.

== History ==
Designed by Syracuse architect Horatio Nelson White and built in 1859, the building was raised 8 feet in 1871 to accommodate lower level

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