Molly’s House





The church house, known as Molly’s House for events, is full of so many beautiful rooms. 

It was built as a private residence for Robert MacKinnon and his family in 1899, and purchased by the church in 1921.  With painted murals on the ceiling of the music room, leather wallpaper in the Dining Room, beautifully carved wood molding and staircase in the Red Rug Room… it’s quite a sight to see.

Join us and enjoy each other’s company as we enjoy this amazing space!  It’s a great night out.

WHEN:  Second Saturday of each month, September through May

6 – 7 pm:  Fair trade coffee, tea, ice water, pot luck snacks and conversation in the Dining Room,  board games in the Red Rug Room, if you are so inclined

7 – 8 pm  -  Music in the Whittemore Room

Enter at the back of the building through the door marked “Kitchen Entrance.”

Donations are welcome;  all proceeds benefit the Seeds of Hope Food Pantry, one of the important missions of the church.

For questions, or to volunteer to help out, contact Becky at

Hope to see you there!



Last Update:  22 Jan 2019

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