The history of St. Michael’s Church in Marblehead, one of New England’s most historic churches, will be shared in an exhibit titled “300 Years Serving a New England Community: St. Michael’s, Marblehead, 1714-2014,” on view in Marblehead’s recently restored 1727 Old Town House, 1 Town House Square, on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday and Monday from noon to 4 p.m. Topics to be discussed include the early history of Marblehead, the founding of the church in 1714, its struggles for survival in the 19th century, architectural changes and enhancements through the 20th century, and the church’s role as a vital community partner serving generations of Marblehead residents for three centuries. The exhibit includes a selection of manuscripts from the church’s extensive archival collection, and ecclesiastical and decorative art objects used in the church from the 18th to 21st centuries. The Old Town House is fully accessible. For more information, contact Grace Friary at email@example.com or 978-745-0184, or visit stmichaels2014.org.