Brett-Reed Memorial Presbyterian Church was established in 1906 as a Sunday school that met in a schoolhouse. In 1923 a chapel was built, and the members petitioned to become affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. The present building was built in 1925 when the church outgrew the chapel. In 1928 the gym was built next door to meet the needs of the local community.
Brett- Reed has continued to meet in the same building with Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 11 a.m. each week.
In 2011, the congregation completed a $250,000 renovation of the original church building – maintaining the architectural integrity, while adding improvements for accessibility, Christian education, worship and new ministries:
- Expanded parking and two ground-levels entrances in the back (one under a portico) lead to the Fellowship Hall that has overhead projection and surround sound for Sunday school classes, Youth Group movies, and Wednesday Matinee.
- Worship services are enhanced by new sound equipment in the Sanctuary upstairs and can be heard the Nursery downstairs, just off the Fellowship Hall.
- An elevator connects the ground-level rooms to the Sanctuary upstairs, which also can be accessed by a ramp in the front of the building
- Plans are being developed to restore the gym as a place for youth activities and community functions.
The church is located at 29680 King William Road: 7 miles west of West Point and 19 miles east of Central Garage on Rt. 30.