The Trinitarian Congregational Church of Norton, Mass. was organized on March 7, 1832 when its early members separated from Norton’s Unitarian Congregational Church. The meetinghouse was built in 1833 and dedicated on January 1, 1834.
In 1851, Mrs. Eliza Wheaton donated the pipe organ which is still in use today; in 1878, she donated the gymnasium/library building at the Wheaton College Seminary for a Chapel in 1878. In 1882, Mrs. Wheaton again offered her generosity by completely renovating the church at her own expense.
In 1962 the need for additional space prompted a major renovation, including church school classrooms and other needed spaces.
We've been part of the Norton community for over 185 years and we invite you to join us!