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F R E E M A N  H A L L 




Freeman Hall at Salem is home to worship, education and fellowship activities, small group gatherings, and special events. Built in 1886 as the Shellenberger residence, the mansion 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, by sharing the facility for social gatherings and as an event venue for the visual and performing arts.


It is home to the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County, and the work of renown impressionist painter Alan Fetterman .


Activities at Freeman Hall include the annual Youth Arts Fest and the Blessing of the Animals. Salem's Meditation Group, classes, and committees gather monthly at Freeman Hall.


Freeman Hall is available as a beautiful and historic setting for cultural enrichment, education, celebrations, meetings, and social gatherings. To learn more, contact us at 215-348-9860 or

At Freeman Hall

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