The Old North Church was the original building built for the Sierra Madre Congregational Church. Before they had their own building (or had even chosen which demonination they would become), original churchgoers held services in the first public school building, located about two blocks south at the corner of Live Oak (now Orange Grove) and Hermosa. During that time, Mr. W.S. Andrews, originally a Baptist, came to church bringing not only his wife and children, but also the family's organ and wood for the fire. That's what I would call a dedicated church member!