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1954

Parsonage occupied January 1, 1954. The Church School building is dedicated on September 18, 1954.

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1958

A new Möller “Double-Artiste” pipe organ is installed in the Meeting House.

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1959

Classrooms are added to the Church School building, doubling the size of the Church School facilities.

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1960

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission designates the church as an historical site with a sign which reads: "The Baptist Church in the Great Valley — Organized in 1711 by Welsh families, it is the third oldest Baptist Church in the…

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1970

The Meeting House is renovated. A weathervane and bell are added to steeple. A balcony, choir dressing room and modern restrooms are added.

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1996

A Cremains Garden is established in the far right corner of the cemetery.

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2005

Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Meeting House. Reverend Namendorf's sermon, “If These Walls Could Talk” given on that occasion.

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2007

A Church Vision Committee is formed in May "to revitalize our efforts and reinvigorate the congregation." Its report is adopted by the Congregation at the January 2008 Annual Meeting.

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2010

The Congregation approves proposal to renovate and modernize the Scott Educational Building at a special Congregational meeting May 16, 2010.

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2010

An Anniversary Celebration Committee is activated to plan community events to honor the 300th Anniversary of the founding of the Baptist Church in the Great Valley in April, 2011.

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