"Whether we acknowledge it or not, whether we even know the stories or not, we are all shaped by those who have come before us. They have left their mark on our lives and our churches and our faith. Retelling their stories of faith can help to nourish the roots of our lives as they grow deeper. Too quickly we forget who it was that helped shape our faith." -Rejoice Magazine
The Adirondack Mennonite Heritage Association purchased the Moser homestead (Adirondack Mennonite Heritage Farm) on the Erie Canal Road, Croghan, New York, (near Kirschnerville) in 1990 as an open-air history museum. The Mennonite Heritage Farm consists of a family dwelling (built in 1845) and a compact grouping of granary (dates mid- to late-nineteenth century) and an English barn dates to 1874. The home was used for worship services in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
As of 2010, the “Moser Homestead” was listed on the New York and National
Register of Historic Places. A Pomeroy roadside historic marker for the
homestead was dedicated in May 2016.
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