Wenham's First Church Gets Fresh Coat of Paint

Two sides of the First Church in Wenham are getting a new coat of paint this spring.

The historic church that’s overlooked the center of town in Wenham for nearly 170 years is in the midst of getting of new coat of paint worth between $160,000 and $180,000, according to the Salem News.

In addition to church services, the is often used for multi-denominational services, such as , and .

This year, the first phase of the project will repaint two sides of the church – facing Route 1A and Arbor Street – while the other two sides will be repainted next year, a church trustee told the paper.

In fall 2010, , complete with a new cellular phone tower inside. The bell tower, below the spire, will be repainted next summer, the News reported.


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