Trinity Church was built after the plans of Robert Tabor, a carpenter and builder. It was begun in 1803 and completed in 1808. In 1980 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. In 1984-1985 it was reconstructed by Peter Hoe Burling, a local resident. In 2004, Burling proposed donating the church to the Town. But, it wasn’t until 2009 that at Town Meeting the Town accepted the church for “civic purposes for the residents of the Town of Cornish, and for others.” Since then, it has become a popular location for weddings. Call the Cornish Town Office for rates and availability at (603)675-5611.
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