First Church and Meetinghouse


May 23. 2013 3:52PM






Route 3
Pembroke, NH

Marker Number: 144
Name and date established: Pembroke 1982

Description: Site of the First Meetinghouse built on The Suncook Grant. Built in 1733, it was moved, rebuilt and enlarged several times. I ts timbers were finally used in the red barn northwest of the site. The Christian community it nurtured still exists and flourishes as the First Congregational Church of Pembroke, United Church of Christ.

Location: Located on the east side of Route 3, just north of the Pembroke Street Cemetery.

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