286 Route 46 East
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Phone: (973) 227-4333
Fax: (973) 227-5399
The Fairfield Road in Fairfield Township, Essex County is blessed with one of the most dynamic churches in the form of the Fairfield Dutch Reformed Church. The building was constructed in 1804, and with its growing historic significance, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. They organize events, arrange for special provisions for the Sunday Worship Plan, and Adult Bible Class Sessions are held on Sundays too. Ample parking facilities are available as well.
Anderson Park, located in Montclair, is a beautiful verdant landscape sprawling over 14.85 acres (6 hectares). This park is administered by the Essex County and is a popular recreational spot among locals and tourists alike. It features picnic spots, paths for jogging and walking, as well as lacrosse and hockey fields. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Established in 1957, the parish church of Saint Rose of Lima is a part of the Diocese of Paterson. Located on Ridgedale Avenue in East Hanover, this House of God aims to reach all age groups with different approaches - traditional for the seniors and contemporary for the young and the young-at-heart. The church is active in several community activities and emphasizes on reaching out to the children and youth of the neighborhood. For more information on Saint Rose of Lima Church's service times and event schedule, visit their website.
Free Public Library, Upper Montclair Branch is located in Montclair. The building functions as the Bellevue Branch of the Montclair Public Library and it was built in 1914. Its architecture is an example of Classical Revival and Institutional styles. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 1, 1988.
Formerly known as The Presbyterian Church of West Bloomfield, the Central Presbyterian Church serves the Montclair area. This historical church was also incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
The St. Luke's Church is a historic church located in Montclair, New Jersey. Constructed in 1889 by Herbert B. Upjohn and R.H Robertson, the church is a combination of Romanesque, Richardsonian Romanesque and Gothic styles of architecture. The stone walls and gable roofs of the building have a medieval look about them. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
The Downtown Paterson stands as one of the most commercial and vital districts in the entire Paterson region of the Passaic County. The district occupies tremendous monumental value and is swanked by various eminent historical sites. The City Hall and Colt Street are specifically famous sites in the district. The district is an elegant set of buildings that moreover follow the Beaux Arts style of architecture. It is a fine example of relocation and restoration of a region post a dreadful fire outbreak.
First Presbyterian Church is one of the oldest structures and the first church of Whippany. Due to an absence of a worship place in 1718, John Richards, a local schoolmaster donated some land in order to form a suitable meeting place for worship. Soon a wooden structure came into being and that's how the church was formed. The building was built in the burying yard called Presbyterian and thus derived its name from there. However, this church maintained its strong membership base and still continues to do so. It attracts and engages members with its various educational and cultural programs like schools, fellowships, choirs, etc.
The Saint John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church has an interesting history. It was first built to cater to the Ukrainians that moved here during the beginning of the 20th Century from the Astro-Hungarian empire in search of work. The community initially visited a Greek-Catholic church, but as their numbers grew, they found a need for a church of their own. Thus with several grants and some land from a paper mill owner, a wooden church was created in 1924. Today, the church has grown massively and has been replaced by an entirely new structure with a new campus. It has a following of 220 local families which participate in prayer groups, Bible studies, Ukrainian heritage classes and choir performances.
Our Lady of Mercy Chapel was constructed in the year 1853 and has adapted the Gothic Revival and Carpenter Gothic style of architecture. It got listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Built in 1918, Orange is a transit station of New Jersey. The station serves on the Morristown Line and Gladstone Branch. The station is built with the Renaissance style of architecture and served about 1198 passengers in 2012 on a daily basis.
Popularly known as a town that has been formed and recognized by the people living here themselves, the Enclosure Historic District is located in Nutley. This unique picturesque site is a delight to watch and be at. The beautiful parks that spreads over 100 acres of land consisting of over 10,000 trees makes this place rich in beauty and creates a serene and tranquil atmosphere. These parks are very popularly known as the 'crown jewel'