Old Yellow Meeting House

est. 1737

Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975

The stated purpose of the Friends of the Old Yellow Meeting House is to preserve and care for the Meeting House, Parsonage and Cemetery by respecting the historical character and rural setting of the property. We strive for authenticity of design, materials and workmanship and for appropriate use of this property, so that it may be respected, appreciated and enjoyed by future generations.

Welcome to Ye Old Yellow Meeting House

Dating back to the 1700s, Ye Olde Yellow Meeting House is an important piece of New Jersey History.

The church is no longer used for regular worship services, but is maintained by the Friends of Old Yellow Meeting House, a volunteer organization.

The grounds are open to the public during daylight hours. The Meeting House is open during events or by special arrangement. The Parsonage is privately occupied and not open to the public.


Please see the article posted here for a for a recently published overview of this important landmark.

See Recently added Historic Photos Here

Video Introduction

We recently found a 30 year old slide show tape commissioned by the Friends of the Old Yellow Meeting House sometime around 1979. While the translation to digital form is not perfect, we are glad to be able to share this with you after all this time. While some of the slides had faded with time and the audio track still has the 'beeps' to tell you to advance the projector, this presentation shows where the Friends started from and gives an idea of what we have accomplished. Many of the tasks described here have been completed and we hope to post pictures of the completed work soon.