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Experience an 18th-century church (1742), a 19th-century building, a 20th-century liturgy, and a 21st-century theology.
The Smithfield Church occupies a Greek revival edifice, typical of its period and an especially good example of this architectural style. The building has changed little since it was completed in 1843. Electricity was added early in the 20th century, but otherwise it stands exactly as it was built--a Greek temple on a hill overlooking Smithfield Valley. We have an 1866 Steinway piano, 1866 being the first year that "Steinweg" called itself "Steinway", and we have an 1897 Tracker organ which you can read about by clicking on the Music Program icon. In addition to worshiping God on every Sunday morning, we are also a center for music and the arts. We nestle in one of the most beautiful parts of the Harlem Valley, and indeed that valley is among the most beautiful in the world.