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Mead, Bromley & Bishop
41 Bank St, Stamford, CT 06901
Mead, Bromley & Bishop is a general practice firm that was founded in 1908 by Benjamin H. Mead. Its currentMore attorneys are Stephen L. Bishop, Donald B. Powers, Jr. and Steven E. Ayres. Call the number listed for information about fees and individual attorney specialties.
Wendell Bishop, Inc.
41 Bank St, Stamford, CT 06901
Wendell Bishop provides real-estate services, appraisals and property-management services for customers in the FairfieldMore County area. The agency is located on Bank Street, within walking distance of the Stamford Metro-North and Amtrak station.
Bishop Curtis Homes of Glenbrook
352 Glenbrook Rd, Stamford, CT 06906
Located behind St. Maurice's Church on Glenbrook Road, this senior residential facility offers equal-opportunity housingMore in a supportive community. Dining, housekeeping, social activities, a library and security services are all available for enjoyment and safety. Residents can also participate in activities at the church next door. The rental office is open Monday through Friday and applications are available 24 hours at the front door. 
One-Way Church of Christ of The Apostolic Faith
98 Richmond Hill Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
One-Way Church of Christ of The Apostolic Faith's residential location makes it a popular location for StamfordMore residents to share in weekly worship services. Bishop John H. Green welcomes all to Sunday worship and to Bible study and prayer each Tuesday. Every other Tuesday missionary services are held. Although the building itself is relatively modern, traditonal touches like stained glass windows soften its appearance.
Ukrainian Museum & Library
39 Clovelly Rd, Stamford, CT 06902
Located on Clovelly Road in Stamford's Glenbrook section, the Ukranian Museum and Library of Stamford holds theMore distinction of being North America's oldest Ukranian-established cultural institution. It was founded by Bishop Constantine Bohachevsky in 1933, and is curated by Lubow Wolynetz and directed by Msgr. John M. Terlecky. Housed in "The Chateau," a late 19th century 2nd Empirt-style villa that was once part of the Quintard Estate, museum collections include fine, folk and religious art, with online exhibits of embroidery, icons, old books, paintings and folk arts.  
Greater Works Community Church of God
724 Pacific St, Stamford, CT 06902
Known as "a place of deliverance, praise and worship where God alone is in command," Greater Works Community Church ofMore God serves the south end of the city with not only a place to worship every Sunday, but also a place in which to serve God through various ministries. Led by Bishop Ashley Powell, Greater Works offers its members the chance to get involved, whether it is through joining the choir or praise dance team or becoming a group or council leader. The Youth Ministry allows the church's young members to express their talent via a teen talent contest, and young men are exposed to music through the Boys Choir.