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First Congregational Church of Berkeley
"Soon, we purchased a lot on the northeast corner of Dana and Durant and there constructed a new and much larger building, Berkeley's first true 'church.' On the first Sunday in June, 1884, the new building was used for the first time, for a praise service. The architect was Clinton Day, the son of Sherman Day, one of the original trustees of the College of California." In the evening of Sept. 30, 1884, the new building was dedicated."
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