History of United Methodist Church

(41?) 43 Concord Street

Historic or Common Name: United Methodist Church

Construction: 1840

Description: Nave church, frame, Greek/Gothic Revival, 3-bay deep, original L-shaped rear ell expanded to rectangular footprint after 1951

Notes: Caleb Beede (1805-1877 builder; 1873 repairs (1876:99)

Contributing/Non Contributing: C[ontributing]

SOURCE: Driemeyer, Laura; Laprey, Kari; Monroe, Lynn; and Hill, Teresa. New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, Area Form, Peterborough Downtown Historic District, June 2010, page 108

(41?) 43 Concord Street

1840-1989
Various alterations and additions

SOURCE: Our Changing Town: Peterborough 1939-1989, page 417.

Built in 1840, this frame church is a fine example of the classic simplicity of religious architecture that flourished during a period of great religious fervor in Peterborough and the United States.

SOURCE: A Walking Tour of PETERBOROUGH New Hampshire