A 2-day celebration took place on June 25-26, 1933. Highlights of the celebration included:
- Morning Worship Service, which included an organ selection by Mrs. Lizzie F. Wallace, former church organist, and special music by Mildred Ellsworth, organist and Ernest Smith, choir director. The sermon was given by former paster, Rev. Earl Osborne.
- Union Vesper Service, with pastors of the Methodist and Baptist churches participating. The address of this service was given by Rev. Edwin H. Byington of Needham, Massachusetts.
- Historical Address, delivered by Harry F. Lake of Concord, a former resident.
- Public Supper, prepared and served in the chapel by the Ladies Social Circle.
- Afternoon Exercises which included special music, a hymn sing, recitation of a poem in observance of the anniversary by Mrs. Grace Farnum, and a historical address delivered by Harry Lake.
- Historical Pageant, presented at Thompson Hall, Pembroke Academy. There were approximately 70 persons in the cast, and the story (written in rhyme) was written by Mrs. Adele Pond and read at the pageant by Mrs. Florence Batchelder. The pageant consisted of six scenes: the ordination of Rev. Aaron Whittemore; an Indian scene; a church service during Rev. Abraham Burnham’s term; the auction of the curch pews; the Ladies Sewing Circle in 1883; and a World War I scene. At the end of the pageant, the audience joined the cast in singing, “Blest Be The Tie That Binds.”
- The General chairman of the 2-day celebration was Everett H. Farnum. Mrs. Florence Batchelder was Pageant Chairman; R. Towle Child, Music Chairman; Mrs.Ruth Morrison, social chairman; and Mrs. Dorothy Guier, publicity and entertainment chairman.