I’m a trustee of the historic First Church in Marlborough, which just celebrated its 353rd birthday this year. The meeting house that rests on the hill above the park on Main Street is about 130 years old. The original meeting house, which was attacked and damaged by Indians during the King Phillip War, was located on Main St. near the old high school building. In late 2018, the trustees realized there were several significant problems relating to the church’s bank accounts as well as with the bank where the accounts were held. As such, a search was conducted to identify a suitable banking partner amongst the many banks in Marlborough. As part of the search, the trustees considered a host of specifics such as costs, location, on-line services, reputation and customer service. After careful consideration of banks in the area, we decided on Main Street Bank. I’m happy to report that the customer service has been wonderful.