Route 322 and Wiswell Rd.

Windsor, OH 44099

Route 322 and Wiswell Rd.

Windsor, OH 44099

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the church was built in 1832 and declared "extinct" in 1892. The Historical Society has built an addition on the back for a museum. Restoration to its original condition took place in the 1950's. It now needs repairs, and could be maintained by the Historical Society. Visitors can view a sample of the original lath, as well as walnut pews, the high lectern, an oil chandelier, and the pedal pump organ.

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the church was built in 1832 and declared "extinct" in 1892. The Historical Society has built an addition on the back for a museum. Restoration to its original condition took place in the 1950's. It now needs repairs, and could be maintained by the Historical Society. Visitors can view a sample of the original lath, as well as walnut pews, the high lectern, an oil chandelier, and the pedal pump organ.

Leased from the Episcopal diocese operated by theWindsor Historical Society.

Leased from the Episcopal diocese operated by theWindsor Historical Society.

Annual Events:Open House in conjunction with theAshtbaula County Covered Bridge Festival

Hours: Sunday afternoons 2-4 during the summer 

By appointment during the winter 

Admission: Donations Accepted

Contact: Mike Uhase, Pres. of Windsor Historical Society

Annual Events:Open House in conjunction with theAshtbaula County Covered Bridge Festival

Hours: Sunday afternoons 2-4 during the summer 

By appointment during the winter 

Admission: Donations Accepted

Contact: Mike Uhase, Pres. of Windsor Historical Society

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