NATIONAL PILGRIM MEMORIAL MEETINGHOUSE
LocationNational Pilgrim Memorial Meetinghouse, Plymouth, MA
ClientGeneral Society of Mayflower Descendants
ArchitectSpencer, Sullivan & Vogt Architects, Lynne Spencer (617-861-4291)
Scope Of WorkFull exterior masonry restoration; historic slate roof replacement; historic door and window rehabilitation; reinstallation of iconic Robinson Stained Glass Windows.
Stone & Lime Historic Restoration Services was awarded the exterior restoration of the 1897 Hartwell, Richardson and Driver designed National Pilgrim Memorial Meetinghouse (Mayflower Meetinghouse).
The General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD) became sole owner of the building in December 2018 and will lead the efforts to restore and preserve it. The Mayflower Meetinghouse is the fifth spiritual structure built on this location and, in 2014, was added to both the National Register of Historic Places and the List of Massachusetts’ Most Endangered Resources. The exterior restoration scope includes: full exterior masonry restoration; historic slate roof replacement, historic door and window rehabilitation, and reinstallation of the iconic Robinson Stained Glass Windows. The exterior was completed in 2019; in time for the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth, MA. Restoration of the Meetinghouse will be completed by 2021 for the 400th Anniversary of Thanksgiving.