Located at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, the Church was built in 1840 and dedicated as a Congregational Church in 1842. It is in the Greek Revival style. A local artisan, Willie Pierce, redesigned the interior in the Carpenter Gothic style in the 1890s. Woodwork and iron came from local businesses. The interior offered perfect acoustics for the new Estey pump organ, and the Church was rededicated in 1900.
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