“The Grand Isle United Methodist Church, formerly the Congregational Church—Grand Isle, is a historic church in Grand Isle, Vermont. Built in 1853-54, it is a well-preserved local example of Greek Revival architecture, and the town’s oldest surviving church building. Originally built for a Congregationalist group, it is now home to a United Methodist Church congregation.Continue reading “Congregational Church-Grand Isle: National Register!”
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Weybridge Town Hall
“Weybridge Town Hall is located on Quaker Village Road in northern Weybridge, Vermont. It was built in 1847, originally serving as the Wesleyan Methodist Church before becoming the town’s first and only town hall in 1893. A fine example of Greek Revival architecture, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.[1Continue reading “Weybridge Town Hall”
Former Methodist Church in Bellows Falls DEMOLISHED in December 2021!
Today’s video is a follow-up to one I recorded in October 2021. A building, which started out as a Methodist Church, was demolished in December 2021. “The demolition of the historic former Methodist Meeting House was nearing completion Thursday, as workers from Hodgkins & Sons Inc. made more progress. An excavator was busy Thursday afternoonContinue reading “Former Methodist Church in Bellows Falls DEMOLISHED in December 2021!”
Rev. George S. Brown: FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN MINISTER IN VERMONT!
I was in Wolcott, Vermont earlier this week. As I drove through the town center, I noticed an historic marker. So, I stopped to read it. What I discovered was very interesting and knew others would find it interesting as well. “Reverend Brown was the first African American Methodist minister in Vermont. He was bornContinue reading “Rev. George S. Brown: FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN MINISTER IN VERMONT!”
Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Colchester, Vermont: Part 2
This video is Part 2 of my stroll through all of the Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Colchester, Vermont. It is located behind the volunteer fire department. Should you visit, you’ll see my lone footprints walking up to the graves of US Civil War Union soldiers and so many others. “The Methodist Cemetery OnContinue reading “Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Colchester, Vermont: Part 2”
Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Colchester, Vermont
I took a stroll through all of the Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Colchester, Vermont yesterday. Google Maps did not know where it was. Good thing I did! As long as there’s no snow in the forecast, I’m still able to visit cemeteries in this area. I’m thrilled about that to be honest. I appreciateContinue reading “Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Colchester, Vermont”
Leicester Meeting House in Leicester, Vermont
https://youtu.be/nwdp2PQCABk Today’s film topic is the Leicester Meeting House in Leicester, Vermont. It is located directly off of Route 7 and is abundantly easy to find. Note that a couple of windows could use some attention. Better to fix now than wait until the repairs are very expensive. Also wondering what those “drawers” are forContinue reading “Leicester Meeting House in Leicester, Vermont”
Starksboro Village Meeting House in Starksboro, Vermont
Today’s video is on the Starksboro Village Meeting House located in Starksboro, Vermont. It is directly on Route 116 and parking is super easy, especially on a weekend or holiday. The town’s office is right next door and the circular road/parking is between the buildings. “The Starksboro Village Meeting House is a historic church and town hallContinue reading “Starksboro Village Meeting House in Starksboro, Vermont”
Oldest Methodist Church in Bellows Falls, Vermont, WILL BE DEMOLISHED IN DECEMBER 2021!
“Demolition set for former YMCA building in Bellows Falls By Susan Smallheer, Brattleboro Reformer Sep 30, 2021 BELLOWS FALLS — The former Meeting Waters YMCA building at 66 Atkinson Street, one of the oldest church buildings in the area, will be coming down. The Rockingham Select Board, meeting in joint session with the Bellows FallsContinue reading “Oldest Methodist Church in Bellows Falls, Vermont, WILL BE DEMOLISHED IN DECEMBER 2021!”