The last service was held at this church in 1987 at which time the building was deconsecrated. A group of concerned citizens purchased the building when it became in danger of demolition. The group has since become incorporated in the North East Church Heritage Association Inc. and is dedicated to the preservation of the building and its development as a Church Museum. The building is an excellent example of the architecture of its time. It is a wooden frame church built entirely by local craftsmen using local materials. The ornate interior, pulpit, and communion rail are all hand-carved. Restoration work is continuous as funds permit. The building will be open to visitors during July and August and may be viewed at other times by contacting any member of the Association.