South Congregational Church

The South Congregational Church was originally built in 1796 on Phinney’s Lane, much further north of here. The South Congregational Society dismantled its building and moved it here in 1826 by ox cart in order to be closer to the new center of the village. The steeple and bell were added in 1848. The clock tower was recently refurbished and its lovely chimes can be heard throughout the village. Please be cautious as you cross Churchill Road towards our next stop, the 1856 Country Store.