Old Tennent Church:
 
These hallowed grounds contain one of the most unique structures in the United States today -- a wooden 18th century Georgian-style Meeting House. A survivor of war, fire, storm, and vandalism, Old Tennent Church has been a place for Reformed worship since the 1730s. This building is the second on the site and is the third Meeting House used by this congregation.

The current building was built in response to increased attendance that resulted from the first Great Awakening of the 1740s. Tradition tells us that elements of the first Meeting House on this site were incorporated into this "New Meeting House."

It is an oak framed, cedar-shingled structure similar to barns constructed in the mid-Atlantic area during the same period.The one-acre cemetery has grown to more than 90 acres. The oldest stone in this section dates from the 1720s.