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Nassau Christian Center


Nassau Christian Center

Nassau Christian Center
Location 26 Nassau Street, Princeton, New Jersey
Country United States
Denomination Assemblies of God
Previous denomination Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Churchmanship Pentecostal
Website .orgnassauchristian
Former name(s) Second Presbyterian (1847-1965),
St. Andrew's Presbyterian (1965-1973)
Founded 1847 (Second Presbyterian),
1978 (Nassau Christian Center)
Dedicated 14 December, 1868
Architect(s) Henry Leard
Groundbreaking 14 August, 1867
Senior pastor(s) Richard Linderman
Nassau Christian Center
A map of Mercer County, New Jersey
Part of Princeton Historic District (#75001143[1])
Added to NRHP 27 June, 1975

The Nassau Christian Center is an Assemblies of God church in Princeton, New Jersey located at 26 Nassau Street. It is housed in an historic church building built in 1868[2] that was once home to Princeton's Second Presbyterian Church, later known as St. Andrew's Presbyterian. The Christian Center was founded in 1978 and leased, purchasing in 1980, the then empty building from Nassau Presbyterian Church, which had been formed by the merger of Second Presbyterian with First Presbyterian of Princeton in 1973.[3]



  1. ^ "Princeton Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ Hageman, John Frelinghuysen (1879). History of Princeton and Its Institutions, Volume 2. J.B. Lippincott & Company. pp. 200–208. 
  3. ^ "NCC History". Nassau Christian Center. 

External Links

Official Church Website

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