Not Wheel chair accessible
This little church is also known as the “Condit Church” for one of its founding families on whose land the church was constructed. Rev. Philip Condit and his family came to Oregon from Ohio in 1854. The church was built as a true community effort with community members pledging $1378.25 in cash, glass, nails, lumber, paint, bibles, shingles, lead and labor to complete the structure, which was finished by April 1858. Sadly, Rev. Condit didn’t live to see its completion. The church represents a meetinghouse-style associated with early country churches. It is one of the oldest surviving Presbyterian churches in the Pacific Northwest. The building was moved from outside Aumsville to the museum’s grounds in 1984. Currently, the museum rents out the church for weddings and other special events. Inquire at the front desk for more information.