Methodist Epscopal Church of Port Hadlock (NRIS 83003329)

Address: Randolph and Curtiss Sts., Hadlock, WA. County/parish: Jefferson.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places July 14, 1983.

Part of Eastern Jefferson County MRA (NRIS 64000900).

From Wikipedia:

Methodist Episcopal Church of Port Hadlock
Methodist Episcopal Church of Port Hadlock (Barrett House) is a historic Methodist church, now a private home, at Randolph and Matheson Streets in Hadlock, Washington. Built in 1903, the church was the first permanent Methodist church in Hadlock. The congregation shared a traveling minister with the Methodist church in Chimacum. In the 1950s, the two congregations merged to form a new church; the Hadlock church's old bell and pews were moved to the new church, and the old building became a private residence. (read more...)

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