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Assembly of God Newtown Assembly of God

530 Washington Crossing Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 504.9750 FAX

Baptist First Baptist Church - Newtown Grace Point

592 Washington Crossing Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.2354 FAX  215.579.3101
   

http://www.gracepointpa.org/


Baptist Macedonia Baptist Church

218 South State Street

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 860.8137 FAX

Catholic Church of Holy Nativity

749 Durham Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 598.3405 FAX

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Catholic Saint Andrew's Catholic Church

1876 81 Swamp Road

Newtown PA 18940

http://www.archdiocese-phl.org/parishes/bucksa.htm

PHONE #
215. 968.2262 FAX

Saint Andrew's Roman Catholic church is an outgrowth of the efforts of Father P.F. Lynch,

by whom it was organized about the year 1876. Services were first held at the residence of

Nicholas McGowan in the town. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 464.

Boundaries: Pine La. from Rt. 413 (Durham Rd.) to Rt. 232 (Windy Bush Rd.); to Pineville

Rd.; to Woodhill Rd.; to Upper River Rd.; to Washington Crossing Rd. (Rt. 532); to

Dolington Rd.; to Lindenhurst Rd.; to Middletown Twp. line; to Langhorne/Yardley Rd.; to

Old Bridgeton Pike.; to Northampton Twp. line; to Swamp Rd.; to Mill Creek Rd.; to

Township Line Rd.; to Rt. 413 (Durham Rd.); to Pine La.

Catholic Saint Mark's Orthodox Church

452 Durham Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 860.9640 FAX

Community Church Crossing Community Church

80 Lower Silver Lake Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.0276 FAX

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Episcopal Saint Luke's Episcopal Church

1832 100 E. Washington Avenue

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.2781 FAX

Saint Luke's Protestant Episcopal church was founded in 1832 by Reverend Greenbury W.

Ridgely, rector at Bristol at that time. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 463

Lutheran Lutheran Church of God's Love

791 Newtown Yardley Road

Newtown PA 18940

http://www.godslovenewtown.org/

PHONE #
215. 968.4335 FAX

Methodist Newtown Methodist Church

503 Grant Street

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.0830 FAX

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Methodist Newtown Methodist Church

1811 Liberty & Greene Street

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.2173 FAX

Methodism was introduced into Newtown in 1811 and 1812, when campmeetings were held

in the vicinity. It was not until 1840, however, that an organization was effected, at which

time it was embraced in the Doylestown and Attleboro circuit, the existence of which dates

from may 29, 1840, when it embraced Doylestown, New Hope, Pennsville, Attleboro,

Newtown, Yardley, Morrisville, and Lumberville. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 463

Methodist Saint Marks AME Zion Church

132 North Congress Street

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 579.9295 FAX

Presbyterian Newtown Presbyterian Church

1734 25 North Chancellor Street

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.3861 FAX

Of Newtown churches, the Presbyterian was the only one in existence in the last century.

the first church building was erected in 1734 on the Swamp road a mile west of the town,

where several unmarked graves in the uncultivated corner of a field mark its site. It had

previously been a school-house in Wrightstown Township. The second building, the walls of

which are still intact, was erected in 1769. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 461

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Quaker Bucks Quarterly Meeting

1815 1690 George School Complex

Newtown PA 18940

http://www.quakersbucks.org

PHONE #
215. 860.9747 FAX 215. 598.7496

The Friends of Newtown became a separate meeting in 1815 by indulgence of Middletown

meeting. they met for worship in the abandoned court-house two years, when, in 1817, the

present meeting-house was build. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 464

Quaker Dolington Meeting

Dolington Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
FAX

Falls monthly meeting minutes 1750. The Friends of Makefield having represented their being

heretofore exposed to difficulty in attending meetings in the winter page 445 Davis History of

Bucks County

Quaker Makefield Friends Meeting

1760 877 Dolington Road breezyvale@erols.com

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 493.1147 FAX

Bucks County Cemeteries with known Civil War Veterans. Makefields' meetinghouse was

built in 1760, and was used as a hospital by Washington's troops during the Battle of Trenton.

On the grounds are a charming schoolmaster's stone house, graveyard, and the original

carriage sheds. "Today's Quakers in Bucks Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of

Friends"

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Quaker Middletown Friends Meeting

731 Washington Crossing Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.3635 FAX

Quaker Newtown Friends Meeting

1815 219 Court Street norvreece@aol.com

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.2466 FAX

This Meeting was founded in 1815 by a small group of Friends led by Edward Hicks,

primitive painter and Quaker minister. The 1817 meetinghouse has a permanent display of

prints of Edward Hicks' paintings.

Quaker Quakers in Lehigh Valley

1690 George School Complex

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 860.9747 FAX

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Quaker Wrightstown Friends Meeting

1721 Route 413 wdsharp@voicenet.com

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.9900 FAX

The original log meetinghouse was built in 1721 on the northern boundary of land purchased

in 1682 by William Penn from the Lenni Lenape Indians. The present meetinghouse dates to

1787. "Today's Quakers in Bucks Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends".

Samuel Smith says that in 1686, James Radcliffe, a noted public Friend, settled near John

Chapman, "and for the ease" of these two families, a meeting was held at their houses, which

was continued until 1690, when a general meeting for the county was appointed to meet at

Chapman's once a year. A meeting house was built, in 1721 and the present stone meeting

was built in 1787. Battle's' History of BC (1887), page 466.

Reformed Newtown Reformed Church

206 Buck Road

Newtown PA 18940

PHONE #
215. 968.9386 FAX

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