AKA: First Presbyterian Church, Stockton, CA

Structure Type: built works - religious structures

Designers: Davis-Heller-Pearce Company, Architects and Engineers (firm); Hugh Y. Davis (architect); Hans E. Heller (architect); John W. Pearce (business manager)

Dates: [unspecified]

31 East Vine Street
Civic Center, Stockton, CA 95202

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This was one of California's oldest Presbyterian congregations, formed on 03/17/1850.

Building History

The Stockton, CA, architectural firm of Davis, Heller and Pierce served as the architects of the 1st Presbyterian Church, Stockton, CA; the New York architect, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue (1869-1924), collaborated as an associate architect on the church. Stockton-based architect, Dana Dodge Corrough, consulted as the architect for the Chapel Interior and Nursery Addition, while the firm of Charles J. Connick, Associates, designed the stained-glass windows. Corrough (c. 1904-1972) was a member of the congregation.

Building Notes

Tel: 209.465.2653 (2018).

PCAD id: 17171