The Methodist Fair Booth

 The Methodist Fair Booth in Lyndonville, VT.The Methodist Fair Booth, perhaps the most successful of all the church projects, was at first a project  of the Ladies Society. It was turned over to the church treasury board when it became a large project requiring help from the total membership of the church. About 1937 we had a chance to have what had been a hot dog stand. This was the start of the fair booth.  The same frontage is now facing the track and not the over ten or twelve feet back. The Light Company moved a pole so we could have better access, The Railroad Shop gave us some old boiler tubes which were welded to form posts for the seats. Our pastor in the 50’s suggested we make a steam table which was made from range boiler cut in half and piped it to a gas burner water circulator. The next year we enlarged the steam table. At first we had to get all our water from the Floral Hall. The booth has been enlarged twice since. 

Come see The Methodist Fair Booth at the Caledonia County Fair in August!

Our Vision: To attract and encourage young and old alike to come to know Jesus Christ and be disciples of Christ: To foster an accepting, loving, caring, and encouraging environment; and to reach out beyond these walls to those seeking purpose and spiritual direction.

No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.

Pastor Jim Proctor

Organist/choir director
Marcia Hagman

Sunday Worship - 10:00 am
(Summer Hours - 9:00 am)

Sunday School for all ages
At 8:45 am

Nursery available for Kindergarten & Under