The old log cabin Meeting House is dismantled and sold for $55.00. The logs are used to build a store in Devon (which is still standing as a house).
A parsonage across the road from the Meeting House is erected. Though altered, it is still standing.
Isaac and Rachel Cleaver leave to become medical missionaries to the Cherokee Indians in Tennessee.
Baptist churches are established in Phoenixville (1830); Norristown (1832); West Chester and Malvern (1833); and Radnor (1841).
Begins the period of largest growth. Between 1832 and 1840, Rev. Leonard Fletcher baptizes 448 people and is one of the founders of the Wilberforce Society in Chester County.
The Meeting House is renovated — steeple, choir loft, and present windows are added.
A chapel is erected on Cassatt Avenue in Berwyn to take advantage of the population growth along the Pennsylvania Railroad.
A portion of land, including the parsonage and farm, are sold to the Penna. R.R. for its "Trenton Cutoff."
Beginning of program to make the Meeting House the center of activities. The Meeting House is renovated to include new lights and a central heating system.
The chapel and parsonage in Berwyn are sold, and ground is broken for a new Church School building and parsonage on land to the north of the cemetery.