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Hulmeville

Episcopal Grace Episcopal Church

1831 313 Main Street

Hulmeville PA 19047

PHONE #
215. 757.6025 FAX

Founded 1831

Methodist Neshaminy United Methodist Church

1844 325 Main Street

Hulmeville PA 19047

PHONE #
215. 757.6552 FAX

Founded 1844, Grace Protestant Episcopal church was established as a mission by Reverend

J.W. Ridgeley, of Bristol. Among the most active of its original members were William

Johnson, George Harrison, Esther Rodman, G.W. Rue, and Elizabeth Gill. The Methodist

Episcopal church edifice was built in 1844. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 453
   
 

New Members January 6, 1963, the following people joined the fellowship of Neshamony Methodist church.

  • Mr. Linfred Benner
  • Mr. Ned S. Moyer, Jr.
  • Mrs. Ned S Moyer, Jr.
  • Mr. Ernest Sammler
  • Mr. Vernon Smith, Sr.
  • Mrs. Vernon Smith, Sr.
  • Mrs. Inoz Whitt
  • Mr. John Willis
  • Mrs. John Willis

January 22, 1961 Neshamony Methodist Church

Prayer List

  • Mr. and Mrs. Harry beck and family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bennish and family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Linfred Benner
  • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Benner and family
  • Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bennis and family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bilger
  • Mr. and Mrs. George Bilger and family
  • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Binder and family

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