The Methodist Episcopal Church was part of the Ulysses circuit, and
its pastors and class leaders attended the circuit quarterly conference
meetings. The Ulysses circuit embraced charges, classes, and societies at
Trumansburg, Mecklenburg, Enfield, Covert, Jacksonville and McIntyre's
Settlement. In 1833 the circuit was divided into East and West sections, or
Ulysses and Enfield circuits.