Barnegat Friends Meeting House
Barnegat Meetinghouse, built in 1767, is thought to be the oldest building in Barnegat. It is a remarkably preserved example of early wooden venacular Quaker architecture. Barnegat's Quaker congregation gathers weekly in this charming historic building on a peaceful plot on East Bay Avenue. The meeting house, built in 1767, was the first place of worship built in town and the third in the county. A cemetery with graves dating to the late 1700s lies adjacent to the church. Meetings take place at 10am every Sunday.