Third Haven Meeting House featured as "Top 10 Historic Church" recently featured Easton's Third Haven Meeting House as one of its "Top 10 Historic U.S. Churches That Will Leave You in Awe." 

The blog said of the church:

In 1682, the land for this meetinghouse was purchased and in 1684, the buildings were finished. That same year, the first worship was held at the Third Haven Meeting House, known as, quite possibly, the oldest meetinghouse for the Religious Society of Friends. The founder of the Quakers worshipped here in 1673 and later sent books to the location, which led to the beginning of the Meeting's Library and the oldest public library in Talbot country. Another notable Quaker, William Penn, also worshiped here. 

You can visit the church at 405 S. Washington St. in Easton, MD. 

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