The majestic stone building “at the bend in the Scotch Road” in suburban Ewing, New Jersey has stood for 150 years as a central landmark in the township, a sanctuary for congregants and citizens, and a gathering place for sacred and secular activities.

The 1867 Sanctuary, as it is now known,  is currently being maintained and cared for by Preservation New Jersey (PNJ)the state’s only member-supported, statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit historic preservation advocacy, education and assistance organization.  PNJ assumed total responsibility for the restoration, rehabilitation and re-use of the landmark structure in May of 2012 through a 50-year lease,  and has made the Sanctuary a model of the adaptive use of historic structures.  

No longer strictly a “church,” the stunning, 200-seat, wheelchair-accessible gathering place now serves the central New Jersey and Bucks County PA region, hosting concerts, recitals, theater, entertainment, exhibits – and, of course, dedications, weddings, memorial services, and other ecumenical and interfaith activities.

Located at 101 Scotch Road in Ewing Township, Mercer County, New Jersey, it is easily reached from I-295 (Exit 73), NJ Routes 29 and 31, and US Routes 1 and 206.