Malta Presbyterian Church sits quietly in the midst of a bustling area. Cars whiz by on the road in front of it. The sounds of new construction can be heard not too far away. A modern bank building sits just to the west of it. A woodlot of tall maple, locust and sumac trees and various bushes shield it on its north and east sides, a quiet reminder of the once-rural landscape the simple but elegant building has graced for 170 years.
Read the entire article in the June 11th edition.