St. Joseph's Church 17 Squire St, New London, CT06320 An offshoot of St. Mary Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church, St. Joseph's was established as a second Catholic church…More in response to New London's population growth. The present Gothic-style building replaced a temporary chapel established on the site in 1907. The Church is a parish of the Diocese of Norwich and is affiliated with the nearby St. Joseph School, which was founded by the Church in 1937.
First Congregational Church of New London, United Church of Chri 66 Union St, New London, CT06320 The membership of the First Congregational Church of New London, United Church of Christ dates back to 1642, when the…More congregation first settled in Gloucester, Massachusetts. It later moved to this city, with two members and one pastor serving as Governor of Connecticut. The church is active in food distribution and homelessness programs.
Mount Moriah Fire Baptized Holiness Church 22 Moore Ave, New London, CT06320 The Mount Moriah Fire Baptized Holiness Church is part of a faith founded in 1898. The church has an Episcopal…More structure, with a network of bishops and dioceses.
Second Congregational Church of New London, United Church of Chr 45 Broad St, New London, CT06320 The building now housing the Second Congregational Church of New London was dedicated in 1870, following the destruction…More of its original church by fire. The church pledges to teach the stories of Jesus Christ, God's love, and God's presence in daily life in a non-discriminatory way. The congregation runs several outreach programs as well as three different choirs.
Trinity Missionary Baptist Church 60 Blackhall St, New London, CT06320 The Trinity Missionary Baptist Church offers Sunday and Friday services as well as regular Bible study.
Oasis of Restoration Church 138 Garfield Ave, New London, CT06320 Serving the New London community since 1960, the Oasis of Restoration Church includes services in Spanish.
St. Sophia Hellenic Orthodox Church 200 Hempstead St, New London, CT06320 Serving families from Westerly, Rhode Island to Old Saybrook, Connecticut, the St. Sophia Hellenic Orthodox Church got…More its start on Jefferson Street before moving to Hempstead Street. The church later built a community center and purchased a former Unitarian church. The sanctuary is distinguished by ornate icons and stained glass windows. Each year, a Greek food festival is held on-site, and the congregation also routinely holds a Vasilopita celebration of the new year and a blessing of the waters at Waterford Beach.
St. Mary Star of the Sea Roman Catholic Church 10 Huntington St, New London, CT06320 Founded in the 1840s, the St. Mary of the Sea Roman Catholic Church originally catered to the Irish workers at Fort…More Trumbull from a Bank Street storefront. The church moved to its current location in 1876, and now has Spanish-language services to cater to the approximately 50-percent Hispanic congregation. The church is also active in charitable activities, maintaining a food pantry, Sunday soup kitchen and Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Apostolic Lighthouse United Pentecostal Church 581 Bank St, New London, CT06320 The Apostolic Lighthouse United Pentecostal Church follows the lessons of Jesus Christ, and services include praying out…More loud and musical programs. Based in a Bank Street building, the church offers a Sunday service and Monday prayer.
First Hispanic Baptist Church of New London 35 Redden Ave, New London, CT06320 Established in 1977, the First Hispanic Baptist Church of New London is bilingual and features members from numerous…More South American countries. The church is family oriented and follows the Christian gospel.
Madry Temple Church 27 Manwaring St, New London, CT06320 The Madry Temple Church took up its quarters in a former storage facility for watercycles on Howard Street. Established…More in 1957 by Army sergeant and World War II veteran John R. Madry, the church moved to its present location in 1978.
First Baptist Church of New London 268 State St, New London, CT06320 Though its first meetings took place in a building with the unflattering nickname "The Hog House," the First Baptist…More Church of New London expanded fast enough that it was able to purchase its current State Street location in 1854. The church now mixes religious and civic programs, including a Bible study and weekly free dinner for those in need.
Walls Temple AME Zion Church 16 Belden St, New London, CT06320 Walls Temple is part of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, which was established by early black members of the…More African Free Society in response to racial discrimination in the United States. The New London church offers Sunday services and Wednesday Bible study.
Second Star of Jacob Church Assemblies of God 44 Lee Ave, New London, CT06320 The Second Star of Jacob Church is part of a Pentecostal denomination formed in 1914 to unite ministers with common…More goals, including evangelism and missionary trips. The New London church offers services in Spanish.
Huntington Street Baptist Church 29 Huntington St, New London, CT06320 The Huntington Street Baptist Church was established in 1849 and is affiliated with the Conservative Baptist Association…More and Southern Baptist Convention. It includes, at the rear of the building, a four-story education wing, which contains 10 classrooms, office space, a kitchen and recreational facilities. The church also houses the offices of Work and Learn Inc.
St Peter & Paul Polish National Catholic Church 730 State Pier Rd, New London, CT06320 The St. Peter & Paul Polish National Catholic Church is hidden just off side of State Pier Road. Though less visible…More than the other Catholic churches in the city, it has continued to draw a congregation since 1921.
Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer 35 Cedar Grove Ave, New London, CT06320 A sister congregation to the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ashaway, R.I., the Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer moved to the…More neighborhood in 1930 after 12 years in a temporary storefront location. The small, family-oriented congregation focuses on God's redemption through Jesus Christ.
St. James Episcopal Church 76 Federal St, New London, CT06320 The present building of the St. James Episcopal Church, which marks the resting place of first American bishop Samuel…More Seabury, also has one of the largest collection of Tiffany stained glass windows in a New England structure. The church was dedicated 125 years after the organization of the congregation in 1725. Members now support a number of musical performances and programs to combat homelessness.
Tabernacle of Faith NL Church 12 Masonic St, New London, CT06320 The Tabernacle of Faith of New London is a congregation of faith led by pastors Jesse and Michelle Morales. TOF is a…More multicultural church that accepts individuals of all ages. It is a Spirit-filled church that accepts all who are looking for a place of worship. Worship is Bible-based. Services take place in a casual environment and music plays a big part. To learn more, call, view the website or visit a Sunday service.