This congregation can be traced to the end of the last century with immigrants from Slavic nations in Europe escaping religious, cultural, and political persecution in their native lands.
This congregation was formed in 1895, the original structure built by those émigrés. This building replaced the original church, and was completed in late 1955.
The building is a light sandstone color, highlighted by an antique sepia edit. I like the modern iteration of the structure, with the angular style and the small domes, clad in copper – not unusual, as Ansonia is nicknamed the Copper City. See sepia from all over at Mary’s monochrome meme.