I was thus very pleased to see that the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts is sponsoring a day-long conference devoted to St. Michael's Anglican Church of Marblehead. The church turns 300 this year. According to J.L. Bell of Boston 1775 (HT), it is "the oldest Episcopal congregation in New England holding services in its original building." The Peabody Essex Museum has invited a star-studded cast of scholars to discuss the history of this church, including Donald Friary, Christopher Magra, David D. Hall, Carl Lounsbury, and Louis Nelson.
I would love to see more historic congregations do this kind of thing.