The Association owns and maintains the Randolph Friends Meeting House and Quaker Cemetery. The modern era of preservation of this important site began in the early 1970s with the replacement of the 19th century slate roof with a cedar shake roof appropriate to the building. By the 1980s it was clear that more extensive structural preservation and restoration of the building was necessary. The Association has been engaged in that work to date. This section of the web site will delineate the preservation and restoration program at the site.
One example of the contemporary preservation program is available for viewing. This is a project that was funded in part by a grant from the Morris County Historic Preservation Trust Fund to complete stripping and trreating the exterior of the Meeting House; stripping and staining the Annex; and repair and treatment of the cedar shake roof of the Meeting House. For before and after photos of the Annex portion of the project, click the link to the left.