Dana Meeting House is a historic meeting house on Dana Hill Road in New Hampton, New Hampshire. Construction of this building began in 1800 and was used in 1802 by the Freewill Baptist movement. The Dana Meeting House is a fine example of 19th century architecture and the only one of its kind in New Hampshire. The building is included in the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

The Dana Meeting House Association

The Dana Meeting House Association is a group of local individuals who are passionate about the Dana Meeting House, its history and surrounding lands. The Association was formed in 2019 with a mission/vision to protect, preserve and promote the historic Dana Meeting House for the benefit of future generations.  A primary function of the Dana Meeting House Association is to raise money for projects necessary to preserve and protect the property and building. In addition, the Dana Meeting House Association will promote events and activities to raise awareness of this important landmark.

Board of Directors
President: Thomas Smith
Vice President: William Huckins
Secretary: Sherman Moulton
Treasurer: Greg Flowers

Additional Board Members:

  • Nick Brown
  • Lucie Brown
  • Blair Folts

Executive Board
Robert Moulton
Benjamin Smith

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