Grace Methodist Church

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Grace Methodist Church


The south portion of the church was built in 1902. This portion is a gabled four bay structure with a bell tower that was added to the northwest corner circa 1927. A modern one story brick church structure was built to the north of the original structure in 1975. At this time the bell tower was demolished, a breezeway was built to connect the two structures, and the older building was covered in aluminum siding. The bell is now housed in a lattice cote north of the entrance to the church. Grace Methodist Church has been a focal point of the Chapel Hill community. As early as 1875 Father Jeremiah Brown operated a school near this site for African American children from the community in Piscataway. Circa 1883 a small church, which no longer stands, was built on this site to house this school as well as church meetings.


Amanda Fulcher

Source search for site number PG:80-18



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Amanda Fulcher, "Grace Methodist Church," in Washington View Heritage Area, Item #26, (accessed April 19, 2021).