In the spring of 2024, Stone Presbyterian Church in Clinton will be placing a new roof on the building.
The current shingles were installed over 30 years ago, and the roof has developed various leaks.
Some shingles have blown off the roof, prompting additional concerns for safety and interior damage.
Even though the church has seen that these areas are repaired, it is clearly time for a new roof.
Contractors and engineers have been consulted for this very extensive undertaking, and the work is scheduled for June 2024.
The expected cost for this project is $45,000.
Stone Church has a long and rich history.
The first Church congregation met on the Village Green in the late 1700s.
A wooden church was constructed there and used for around 30 years.
In 1835, a church built of stone was constructed on the present site.