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All Saints’ Church — Ashmont, officially The Parish of All Saints — Ashmont, is a church of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Built 1892-1929 for a congregation founded in 1867, it was the first major commission of architect Ralph Adams Cram, a major influence in the development of early 20th-century Gothic church and secular architecture. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, and is protected by a preservation easement held by Historic New England.nThe parish began in 1867 as a mission of nearby St. Mary’s Church. The cornerstone for current structure was laid in November 1892, and the congregation held its first services in the new edifice December 27, 1893.

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