Plymouth Congregational Church 3429 Devon Road
The congregation was founded in 1897 by some of Coconut Grove's most prominent residents. The rough-hewn walls and towers of Plymouth Congregational Church are the work of a single master stonemason, Spanish-born Felix Rebom. Twin bell towers and a central curvilinear gable distinguish this Mission style building, which is constructed of native oolitic limestone.
This Church showcases elaborately carved doors which are more than 300 years old. On the grounds of Plymouth Congregational Church is the first public school in Miami-Dade County originally built as a Sunday school back in 1887. Plymouth Congregational Church was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.