331 East Second Street

Grace Evangelical Church

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Grace Evangelical Church:


Built in 1846 by Jacob Hufford (spelled “Hoffert” on his tombstone in the small cemetery at the corner of Avenue Road and Wyandot Place) from timber harvested from his own property, this building holds the record for unbroken longevity as a Perrysburg house of worship. 

Now the Maranantha Chapel of the Pentecostal Church of God, it began as Grace Evangelical Church. Various rooms and extensions have been added over the years. The original denomination united with the Methodist Church and built the larger Grace United Methodist Church on East Boundary in 1959.


331 East Second Street ca. 1910


Left Front Stained Glass Window


331 East Second Street ca. 2007


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