The Little Stranger Christian Church and Cemetery is a Kansas Historic Site and also a National Historic Site. The church is the oldest wooden church on the Kansas register. There are only four churches older and they are all stone. In 2018 the church is celebrating its 150th year. The first meeting was held at the church in May of 1868. The church is currently undergoing major restoration. With the assistance of a Kansas Heritage Trust Fund Grant the roof has been replaced and the foundation restored. The church has historically been a gathering place for the community. The tradition continues with an annual Pie Social fundraiser held on the grounds. The Social is highlighted with homemade pie and live music and plenty of time for community fellowship. All funds will be used to restore the building and surrounding cemetery. The future use of the building is for community gatherings. For more information see the website at Little Stranger Christian Church or on Facebook at Little Stranger Church.