"The History of Northern Wisconsin", 1881, p. 1011 says that it was affiliated with the Christian Church or the "Campbellites".
"The Herald of Gospel Liberty, Sept. 15, 1910, v. 102:27-52, p. 1176:3 indicates that the church was a congregation of the General Convention of the Christian Church, Central Wisconsin Conference.
In 1933, church services were resumed there and the congregation re-organized as "Community Church". The former Christian Church pastor, Henry E. Polley, now a Unitarian, served the church.
During pastoral vacancies, the local Methodist ministers would preach there.