The oldest surviving place of worship in Rockland County, it was built in 1813 as the first building of the Methodist-Episcopal Church in Nyack. It was served by circuit-riding ministers, was built in part by slave labor, and includes a slave gallery. Construction included locally-quarried stone, hand-hewn timbers and blacksmith-forged hardware. It served as a nondenominational church during the twentieth century, and is now owned by the Village of Upper Nyack as a public meeting place.
If you wish to use the Old Stone Meeting House refer to our Old Stone Meeting House Use Policy and our Application for Use of the Old Stone Meeting House.