The first Methodist meeting in Keezletown was in 1791 with a new building completed in 1860. These two denominations, the Methodist and the Evangelical United Brethren Churches, stood side by side in Keezletown until their merger in 1970, two years after the merger of the two denominations.
The article below is from the May 6, 2016 edition of the Daily News Record
Embracing Solidarity, Service
Members Of Keezletown UMC Recall Past, Celebrate Present On 225th Anniversary
For the past few years, Pastor Joel Robinette scoured through old journals, photographs and websites searching the history of his church, Keezletown United Methodist Church.
The research was in preparation of a momentous occasion — the church’s 225th anniversary, which was celebrated with a homecoming service May 1 (2016) . . . .