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Plumstead

Presbyterian Presbyterian Church

1861

Plumstead PA

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Expired in 1915. The Carversville Christian Church 1837-1987 United Church of Christ page

555. A Presbyterian church was built in 1730 at the intersection of the River and Durham

Roads. The congregation was probably a part of deep Run, and seceded from it on account

of doctrinal disagreement. The first pastor was Reverend Hugh Carlisle, who also preached

at Newtown. This congregation has long been extinct. Battle's History of BC, page 572.

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Plumsteadville

Christian Central Bucks Christian

5908 Groveland Road

Plumsteadville PA 18949

PHONE #
215. 766.9432 FAX

Community Church Christ Community Church

5511 Route 611

Plumsteadville PA 18949

PHONE #
215. 766.0356 FAX

Mennonite Plumstead Mennonite Meeting House

1806 Black's Eddy Road

Plumsteadville PA

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The Mennonite meeting-house, on the Black's Eddy road a mile southwest of Hinkletown,

was built in 1806. Contrary to custom, a number of persons not members of the society are

buried here. Battle's History of BC, page 572.

Methodist Rolling Hills United Methodist Church

Route 611 & Kellers Church

Plumsteadville PA 18949

PHONE #
215. 766.8150 FAX

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Presbyterian Plumstead Presbyterian Church

1863

Plumsteadville PA

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The Plumsteadville Presbyterian church was organized in October 1861 by the Second

Presbytery of Philadelphia. Battle's History of BC, page 572. This may be the Deep Run

Presbyterian in that Plumsteadville and Bedminster were the same Township.

unknown Grace Gospel Chapel

Route 611

Plumsteadville PA 18949

PHONE #
215. 766.0570 FAX

Point Pleasant

Baptist Point Pleasant Community Baptist Church

1849 34 River Road

Point Pleasant PA 18950

PHONE #
215. 297.5047 FAX

Originated in the labors of Reverend Joseph Matthias in 1849, Battle's History of BC, page

630. A member of the American Baptist Convention. The congregation met in River Hill

School House until 1852, when the present building was completed. The Carversville

Christian Church 1837-1987 United Church of Christ, page 552

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DELHAAS-WILSON CLASS OF 1960

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