The Clinton Avenue Reformed Church was organized in May, 1868 by members of the First Reformed Church. During February 1868, a Sunday School was opened at 16 West Kinney Street and during March the sum of $63,000 was subscribed for a building. The Halsey Street church was dedicated on April 10, 1872 after a cornerstone laying in June, 1870. The cost of the church was $200,000 and seats 1,300. The church merged with the First Reformed Church in 1926.
From: Social Services Directory of Newark 1912
Church gives material aid to its own poor who are members, and to nonmembers with whom it is brought in contact, in the course of church work. Boy's Club, Girl's Club, and Men's Club are conducted under the auspices of the church. Recreation rooms open every evening. Church open daily (except Monday), from 1:45 to 2:30.
Archive Information (Last Known location)
Celebration of the fortieth anniversary, the Clinton Avenue Reformed Church : Daniel Hoffman Martin, minister, 1868-1908, February 23 to March 1, 1908, Lincoln Park, Newark, New Jersey
Clinton Avenue Reformed Church, Newark, New Jersey : fiftieth anniversary services, April 14th to April 21st, 1918
Further information on this church can be found in:
Historical Directory of the Reformed Church in America
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