Our sanctuary, one of the most historic buildings in all of Dutchess County, is the centerpiece of our property. Though it underwent several changes through its first 150 years or so, the focus now is on preserving this building and its many symbols as a house of worship and a prominent sign to the community of the love of God that is present here.
To view architectural drawings and photos of the church at the Library of Congress website click here.
Although this house bears the name of a founding elder of the church, it was never owned or occupied by him. Originally referred to as the Village Farm, this structure passed through many generations of church members before being sold as a commercial property. In 1991, the church acquired the building, which had been significantly modified inside. The building now houses our offices and a meeting room.
Christian Education Building
This building is one of the busiest buildings in the village. Its the home of our Sunday School and other youth programs and the Children's Community Services mission. It is also used extensively by many other groups, both from the church and the community.
Fishkill Food Pantry
Formerly home to different restaurants, this building has taken on a new role. Rather than serving prepared meals, it is now the home of the Fishkill Food Pantry, which supplies groceries to families in need.