Completed in 1928, this was originally St. Matthew's Episcopal Church. When I passed by in 2013, St. Matthew's had been closed for almost two years. But a few months after my visit, a new occupant — All Saints — began holding services here.
A historical sign outside the church seems to indicate that the property was a "burial site of early settlers". It turns out that the sign is referring to an old burial ground located behind the church. Known as the Wyckoff-Snedicker (or -Snediker, or -Snedeker) Cemetery (photos), its earliest gravestone dates back to 1793.