Church Tours ~ Blawenburg Stroll ~
at Blawenburg Church
October 8 & 9, 2022
Blawenburg Reformed Church is on the State and National Registers of Historical Places.
Journey Through the Past Events
Saturday ~ 10am to 5pm
Sunday ~ 12pm to 4pm
The sanctuary and church grounds will be open for public visitation and tours. You will learn about how the church was started, how it was built in 1830, how it separated from its parent church, and much more. Docents will answer questions and provide information at stations throughout the church.
Saturday ~ 2pm
Pastor Jeff Knol and Tales of Blawenburg author David Cochran will conduct a Blawenburg Stroll, a walking tour through the old village, telling the stories of the old houses and buildings and their residents. You will learn about the oldest house in Blawenburg, the Sears houses, the old country store, the original farms, and much more.
Participants will meet at the church and walk west to the intersection of Georgetown-Franklin Turnpike (Route 518) and Route 601. The Stroll will end at the church, so participants can also take a church tour to learn even more about the historic village.
Sunday ~ 2pm
On Sunday at 2pm, organist Kathleen S. Connolly will present a recital celebrating the recent restoration of the church’s 1973 baroque-style two-manual Gress-Miles pipe organ. The program will incorporate various pieces of repertoire in a show-and-tell introduction to the capabilities and sounds of the instrument.