My husband and I have been to the Unitarian Church three times since we have visited in the area. The building and graveyard are historical but the service, parishioners, and pastor are contemporary in their worship. Visitors are welcomed both publicly during the service if they so choose and are greeted cordially and with friendship by regular members of the parish. The choir was present at both services we attended.Rev Danny Reed gives good sermons and is available during the coffee hour after the service. The sanctuary, windows and memorial tablets depict the long history of the church. The graveyard is surprisingly large and, of course, very old since the church construction was initially begun in 1772. If we lived here, we would belong to this parish.
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