Founded as a Dutch reformed church in 1657. The first building was located on the strand end of the church lot. In 1706 this church was one of seven which organized the first Presbytery in America in 1706. The present Brick Meeting house was built 1707.
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LOCATION: East side of Second Street between Delaware and Harmony Streets, New Castle