All Saints Episcopal Church (DeQuincy, Louisiana) facts for kids
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All Saints Episcopal Church
|Location||Corner of Hall Street and West Harrison Street
|Area||0.25 acres (0.10 ha)|
|Architectural style||Carpenter Gothic|
|NRHP reference No.||83000493|
|Added to NRHP||September 20, 1983|
The former All Saints Episcopal Church, now known as Grace Church, is an historic Carpenter Gothic Non-denominational Church in the United States the church located at Hall and Harrison streets, in DeQuincy, Louisiana in the United States.
The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 20, 1983.
The church was built in 1885 for Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Patterson, which is over 160 miles east of DeQuincy. Holy Trinity closed when its membership dwindled and it stood unused for several years. In 1942 it was bought by All Saints which had it dismantled and taken to DeQuincy, where it was slowly reassembled. It was reconsecrated by a bishop in 1946 as All Saints Episcopal Church. The move and the addition of a side wing did not alter its architectural significance. Today the church operates as Grace Church, a Non-denominational community-oriented church, it is also A popular place to host weddings and receptions.
Grace Church operates as an active congregation. Featuring Sunday services as well as special events. Also the church is available for weddings and community events.
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