Our church faces the main highway of Route 156 which passes through the small town of Knox. The church is a traditional country church and is over 150 years old. While there have been many renovations, the historical attributes remain. There is a beautiful antique chandelier; which was given to the congregation by the First Church of Albany. It had been a gift to them from "Good Queen Anne" of England. When you look up to the balcony, you can see the hand-hammered tin panels on the front of the balcony. The floor of the church is carpeted. The church also has dark wooden pews with covered seats.
A 40’x80’ hall is attached at the rear of the church. It was built in 1958. The main floor of the church hall has a unique kitchen that was designed by Cornell University at one end of the hall. This kitchen was developed to be very efficient for preparing, and serving food for suppers and other events. The kitchen is followed by a good-sized dining hall. At the other end of the hall is the pastor's office, and a stage. Downstairs are the Sunday school rooms and the area for the nursery school.