Established in 1801 as the White Meeting House, the 21st century church stands on the same ground and continues to bear witness to the same message of Christ. Over time, the structure has changed a bit: a steeple was added during the civil war, stained glass windows replaced the clear originals, gracefully curved pews replaced the box pews. Through all these changes, the remarkable Greek revival architecture remains honored.
And so also the gospel for which this church stands. Today, the table is open to anyone who would like to partake of it, no longer are people excluded from fellowship because their story did not meet the standards of the deacons.
Still today, as then in their own way 200 years ago, we continue the struggle to create better lives for each other, for our neighbors and indeed the world. We invite you to join us in our walk for the peace and justice we sense lies at the root of Jesus' gospel of God