This church once stood at the corner of White and Orange Streets. I identified the photo in two ways; first, the sender of this postcard mentioned that she lived at 175 White St., and that the church was across the street. Second, she mentioned that Mr. Means was the preacher, and a check of the 1910 city directory confirms that Mr. Means was the pastor of Emmanuel Congregational Church.
The church was built in 1907 on land previously occupied by the congregation's chapel. The congregation moved to the corner of White & Sumner in 1927, and the building was sold in 1928. I don't know when it was demolished.