Standing on a knoll beside the busy highway on a site where the congregation had worshipped since 1789, this unadorned, gabled brick box is one of the best-preserved Methodist meetinghouses in Delaware, a rare survivor of a once-common type. Early Methodism stressed austerity. The entrance door faces the former highway location, east of the building. The Gothic Revival pulpit and other interior fittings may date from a renovation in 1877.
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Old Union Methodist Church
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