Church and Building History

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The building that we worship in has a great history. In 1954, the church purchased an old school house and became Meadowdale Community Church. This building is one of the last (or possibly the only) remaining landmarks from Meadowdale’s Pioneer days. This is the oldest one-room school house that we know of still in use from the Meadowdale School District. In 1922 Upper Meadowdale built this new school house, 1950 Meadowdale Union Sunday School began renting the building for $5 per week before purchasing it in 1954.

For your reference, we have also made available our constitution and by-laws.


Service is held every Sunday morning at 10:45am. See map. You can expect to experience a multi-generational worship service. We sing “psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs” (Colossians 3:16). Our worship services can typically be expected to finish by 12:10 pm. We encourage you to come as you are – if you want to dress up, feel free to do so. If you want to wear casual attire, that’s perfectly fine as well! Either way, we’re just going to be glad to have you with us! 

We are affiliated with the NCFIC (National Center for Family Integrated Churches), and as such, we welcome children of all ages to sit through our services, and encourage and strive to equip our parents to be the primary disciple-makers of their children.  There is a nursery downstairs for parents to take their children, if parents feel it is necessary to do so.


You can learn more about our staff here.