The church antedates the Declaration of Independence by nearly half a century. When it was organized, no one then thought of a separation from the mother-country, nor had it then... (More...)

Organized weekly church meetings began in 1730 A 28’x44’ building was erected on a 3 acre lot in 1738. It had a gallery on 3 sides and a canopy over pulpit, No full-time minister... (More...)

Our church is about 285 years old, as of 2015. Highlights of our history were presented by Dick Hunter, Mark Linehan, and Chuck Radke at a Yorktown Historical Society talk on January... (More...)

The Yorktown Historical Society and our own church members Chuck Radke, Mark Linehan, and Dick Hunter (Church Historian), will present the history of our church in the sanctuary at... (More...)


Provided by Dick Hunter, Church Historian Check the history bulletin board highlights of the 70’s by the Communications Committee chaired by Joan Givens. Below is an excerpt about... (More...)

Provided by Dick Hunter, Church Historian May 2, 1915 Bulletin The Service of Communion Rev. Harry Baldwin-Roberts M.A.B.D., Minister. Order of Service:  Prelude, Doxology, Invocation,... (More...)

How this little old church has changed through the years.  It may not seem like it as you look at it from the outside, but a lot has been added inside. In the early 1960’s it was... (More...)

The years of 1979-1980 were challenging for our Church. In 1979, there were many positive happenings: namely, success of the Partners for Christ campaign for mission and capital improvements,... (More...)


1975-1978 1975 – At the General Meeting in January 1975 after long discussion and debate on a budget of $114,690, $12,690 of which was unsecured; it was decided to “Let’s... (More...)

1947 – A new Hammond electric organ was purchased 1951 – Gertrude Hyatt was ordained as the church’s first woman elder. 1952 – The Session expanded to eight members... (More...)

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