The Ada Township Assembly Hall was originally the First Congregational Church of Ada, United Church of
Christ, established in 1870, an excellent use of an older structure and very green in today's building and
use standards. The building was rededicated as the Ada Township Assembly Hall in 1990, as the original sign
out front for the bulletins (pictured below) attests.
Ada Township was very much in the forefront of the green environmental movement in deciding to use this
historic building in this way.
The historic building is used for township monthly meetings and other township assemblies. As you can see, the
original pews, stained glass windows, and lighting were kept intact.
The newer Ada Township offices were attached to the back of the church and house the assessor, clerk and
water departments and other offices. This is where you need to go to check with the clerk's office about
paying your water/sewer bill, or getting your burn permits.
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