F R E E M A N  H A L L 

AT SALEM CHURCH

ENHANCING THE LIFE OF OUR COMMUNITY

181 EAST COURT STREET  |  DOYLESTOWN

Located on the highest elevation in Doylestown, Freeman Hall at Salem Church is home to a variety of worship events, education and fellowship activities, and small group gatherings. Built in 1886 as the Shellenberger residence, the home became part of Salem's campus in 1958. It was later renamed to honor Charles Freeman, Salem's pastor between 1919 and 1952.

 

Freeman Hall plays an important role in Salem's mission as a good neighbor and community partner in Doylestown, through sharing our facilities with individuals and organizations for gatherings, and by supporting the visual and performing arts as an event and showcase venue.

 

It is home to events and gatherings of the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County, the work of renown impressionist painter Alan Fetterman, and the Pennsylvania Center for Photography

 

As a versatile facet of Salem's ministry and presence in Doylestown, Freeman Hall is made available to the community as a beautiful and historic setting for cultural enrichment, education, celebrating, and gathering.

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Salem United Church of Christ

186 East Court Street

Doylestown, PA 18901

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