28 Lincoln Avenue
This church was built in 1884 for the primarily German immigrant Lutheran congregation. Prior to this location, the church occupied what is now a house on Golf Avenue. The church was forced to move because the noise from the newly opened New York West Shore & Buffalo Railroad disturbed the horses in the sheds behind the church.
The church is designed in simple vernacular interpretation of Gothic Revival with Shingle Style detailing at the belfry of the center tower. Uniformly-spaced pointed-arch windows line each side of the sanctuary. The current entrance and community hall were added to the church in 1917.
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