Cox Memorial United Methodist Church, Hallowell, Maine, United Methodist, Melville B. Cox The Historic Melville B. Cox Memorial Window

The congregation traces its roots back to 1802 with the congregation having worshiped in two different locations until the present building was constructed in 1828. The church is named for the Reverend Melville B. Cox who was the first American Methodist foreign missionary and served in Liberia. The original church was recently made fully handicapped accessible with the addition of a new wing including an elevator, offices and classrooms.

Pages