South Church Facelift

The scaffolding takes shape on the iconic Main Street church Monday.

The scaffolding takes shape on the iconic Main Street church Monday.

The steeple of the venerable South Church, damaged during storm Sandy in 2012, is about to undergo a major restoration project with scaffolding being erected this week. The historic Congregational church was built in 1827 and is third oldest public building in Hartford. The original church, then known as the Second Church of Christ, dates back to 1670. STEPHEN DUNN|sdunn@courant.com

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