First Free Baptist Church

Nicollet Avenue at Fifteenth St.
Minneapolis, MN

(The 1890 church building was razed in 1917. The congregation had merged with Judson Memorial Baptist in 1914 and they moved to Judson's new building at 4101 Harriet Avenue So., Minneapolis, MN.)
Builder: Unknown
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Action: Unknown

Notes: The third building (built in 1890) for First Free Baptist contained a large pipe organ. This building seated over 1,000 and was on the Akron plan (facing a corner) with raked floor, stained-glass windows, and many enhancements.

John S. Pillsbury (founder of Pillsbury and former Governor of Minnesota) helped with costs and donated the windows.

Previous buildings for First Free Baptist included the 1855 building at Washington Avenue/First Ave. N., in 1873 they relocated to their second building at Marquette Avenue/Seventh Street.

Twin Cities AGO members.