I haven’t been able to locate any history about this site, as yet, but it’s a nice example of a “camp ground” where outdoor preaching and singing would have taken place. This one is a bit plainer than most, but a great survivor.
These pavilions, sometimes called tabernacles, are much less common than they once were, but most congregations do their best to preserve them when possible.
I’m not sure what purpose the building to right of the church served, but it may have been a social hall.
Thanks to Paul Wetherington for suggesting this location.