Methodist Protestant Church
The Methodist Protestant Church Association laid the cornerstone for this church in 1893 on land later purchased from the John Berry family. The building was finished in 1895. Membership declined over the years, and in 1917 the church trustees sold the deteriorating building to Duncan Berry, who repaired it and deeded it to Montrose Township. Locally known as the "Church on the Hill," it became a venue for Memorial Day ceremonies, funerals, weddings and church services.