First Church of Monson
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The church was first established in 1762. A second meeting house was built in 1803, and was replaced by the current structure in 1873. The older building apparently survived beyond its days as a church and was then used as an A&P store. The Reverend Jesse Ives was minister from 1773-1805. The church is currently affiliated with the United Church of Christ. It is home to an organ which is a sought-after instrument for many recitals.
- Boston.com, Pastor: Monson battered by apparent tornado 2011-06-01. Retrieved 2011-06-01.