Woburn Conference, $1,150; and the added efforts of the faithful pastor and his zealous people completed the amount required.
The former house of worship was torn down, and the hall of Lincoln School on Harvard street was secured for a meeting place until the new church was finished.
On September 25, 1909, the corner-stone of the new edifice was laid with impressive exercises, which were participated in by the clergy and laymen of the various Protestant churches, and by our mayor, Clifford M. Brewer, who represented the City of Medford.
The work progressed favorably, and the completed house was dedicated February 20, 1910, in the presence of a large and happy assemblage.
The church has cause for rejoicing, not only for the completion of the house, but for the display of friendship, and substantial aid extended to them by Christian brethren and the public in general.
The total cost of building and furnishings was $13,700, and the total value of the entire property is rated a