Built 1822 .
One of the more intact structures in the area and a visual landmark of Lisle. This building is the oldest surviving religious structure in Broome County. A simple rectangular gable-roofed structure with a square steeple with louvered vent in the form of a pointed arch, and cornice with dentils. The structure maintains much of its original integrity, however it underwent major alterations on the interior after the flood of 1935 and storm of 1943. Since 1976 it has served as a private residence.