First Presbyterian North Pelham Church

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General Information

The Presbyterian faith was brought to North Pelham by Reverend Daniel William Eastman. Beginning in 1823, he began preaching to the people of North Pelham once a month in exchange for forty bushels of marketable wheat. The congregation opened their first church some years later on June 8, 1832. It was later used as a farm building in the 20th Century.

"The present, functioning, First Presbyterian Church in North Pelham was constructed in 1870 using bricks made in the Tice Brickyards. Mr. Jacob Tice donated 25,000 bricks and charged $4.00 per thousand for the rest. The brickyard was probably on Tice Road, which runs parallel to Highway 20. If you drive east on Tice Road, you pass land that has been cleared, farmed, mined for sand and gravel and regenerated into a golf course. In fact, you travel across 200 years of Pelham's rural history!" Mary Lamb, Pelham Historical Society Archivist


Intersection of Cream Street and Metler Road

Hours of Operation

Sunday Church Service 11:00 am
Sunday Bible Class 9:45 am

Church Nursery (infants - 3.5 years), and church school program during worship service
Bible Class (held in member's homes) Wednesday 9:45 am -11:00 am
Choir Thursday 7:00 pm New members always welcome, particularly men

Church Office Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 noon


Accessible Parking
Accessible Entrance
Restroom Not Accessible


Phone: (905) 892-4716


First Presbyterian North Pelham Church
602 Metler Road
Fenwick, Ontario
L0S 1C0 Municipality Town of Pelham

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude: 43.061191
Longitude: -79.34117



First Presbyterian North Pelham Church
602 Metler Road
RR 3
Fenwick, Ontario
L0S 1C0
Tel (905) 892-4716