36 South Main Street
This fine Gothic Revival church, built in 1868, was designed by well-known Rochester architect A. J. Warner. Constructed of Medina sandstone, the church features a massive centered square tower with clock and slate-clad spire. Contrasting light stone is used to accentuate the buttresses and pointed-arches. In 1968 the church was enlarged in a compatible architectural style. Stone used in the addition was salvaged from a demolished building on the old University of Rochester campus.
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