1882 also saw the formation of local congregations in Sea Isle City for both the Methodist and Roman Catholic Churches, although neither yet had a building from which to worship.

Methodist services were offered in local homes until 1884, when the first Methodist Church in Sea Isle City was constructed. They would worship at this church for 21 years, until church moved to another building five blocks away to escape the intolerable noise of trains passing too near to the church.

Enjoy our gallery of photos of Sea Isle City United Methodist Church and take a moment to vote on the stained glass window that is your favorite.