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Bethesda Methodist Church
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Description
CREWSONS CORNERS - Built as Bethsada Methodist Church in 1860, it was closed
by the Methodist Church in 1919. It continued as a Sunday School under Charles
Lambert. In 1938 it was dedicated the Charles W. Lambert Memorial Church, while
being used for Salvation Army Meetings. Sometime after the war it was sold to the
Orange Lodge. It was empty for approximately 15 years until April 10, 1993 when it
became a private residence.
Date of Original
1860
Date Of Event
1993
Local identifier
EHS18454
Donor
J.M. Rowe
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Esquesing Historical Society
Email:esquesinghs@gmail.com
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

P.O. Box 51,

Georgetown, ON L7G 4T1

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Bethesda Methodist Church


CREWSONS CORNERS - Built as Bethsada Methodist Church in 1860, it was closed
by the Methodist Church in 1919. It continued as a Sunday School under Charles
Lambert. In 1938 it was dedicated the Charles W. Lambert Memorial Church, while
being used for Salvation Army Meetings. Sometime after the war it was sold to the
Orange Lodge. It was empty for approximately 15 years until April 10, 1993 when it
became a private residence.