The Lee Church Congregational has been serving the Lee community since 1867.
Lee, New Hampshire, is a small farm and bedroom community five miles from the University of New Hampshire. It covers 20 acres with a population of approximately 4,300.
It was settled in 1766 and was named for British General Charles Lee who fought with George Washington in the French and Indian Wars. Lee also fought under Washington during the American Revolution and forfeited his English estates.
Lee has a wonderful small town community feel to it and attracts those working at UNH. If a local food pantry, church day care, small elementary school, swap shop at their transfer station, and regular church suppers appeal to you, Lee probably has a welcome mat rolled out for you.
It doesn’t get more New England than this small town with its beautiful white church and welcoming green doors. 🙂