The Chippenhook Meetinghouse was built in 1798. This undated photo is from the 1976 Clarendon History book.
At the link above you will find the cover of the 1941 Clarendon Annual Report with another photo of the meeting house followed by a history included in that annual report. The structure was located where the Chippenhook Schoolhouse is now. The meetinghouse burned down in 1971.
The Oct. 17, 1935 photo below is courtesy of Dave Potter. Below that is a Rutland Herald article written in 1917 correcting an earlier article about the history of the Meeting House that it references. Below that is a pre-1941 photo courtesy of Joyce Ewing McGinnis that shows the L-shaped barn behind it. The sketch that follows is by Ed Congdon in 1967.
Below the sketch is a 1960's photo courtesy of Sarah Gregory with the Meeting House in the far background. The barns shown near the Meeting House are no longer there. The article at the very bottom from 1934 says that the church was built in 1789 which conflicts with other sources that say it was built in 1798. The article references services before this church was built having been held in a nearby barn then still standing. This must be the barn immediately behind the church shown in the photo below?