Mount Vernon vicinity in Westchester County, New York is flanked by the prestigious First United Methodist Church. The church structure was constructed from 1901 through 1902. Even today, it stands stern as a massive model of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. The church building is predominantly built by utilizing granite and limestone coupled with a red slate roof. The renowned church building also swanks of a 85 foot massive bell and clock tower. The monumental church site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.