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The site is on the west side of the road. It appears that the Methodists built and owned the church building, but the land was always the property of the furnace company. The structure was used for storage until it was restored in after the State of Pennsylvania purchased property for a state park.
There was an organized Methodist class in existence here as early as , but where they met prior to the erection of the church building is not known. NOTE: Pictured above is Beech Run Church of the Brethren erected in , not the Methodist Protestant building which was one of the places where the Brethren congregation met before erecting their own building. Smith and Maley Smith. In they moved into their wooden chapel, constructed by A. Swope, which supposedly was able to seat people.
From the main intersection in Calvin, go north 0.
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Go west on Lorry Road 0. Go north on Harmony Church Road 50 feet. The church is on the west side of the road. Hazzard and Z. Hugh Doyle served part of the year , and the above mentioned Dr. Wright completed the term. This Methodist Protestant congregation did not participate in the union with the Methodist Episcopal denomination to form the Methodist Church, and affiliated with the Church of God.
The site is on the west side of the highway, in a clump of trees immediately after a large open space enclosed by a wooden fence. It was dedicated by Rev. Orner , November 8, It is strictly a rural church. At several low points, services were discontinued and the building considered vacant property. Services were finally discontinued for good in Go west on Huntingdon Furnace Road for 2 miles.
Latta Grove UB. Clemm , October 17, The membership is eighty-eight.
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This is a rural church and the membership is wide awake and aggressive. Maddensville Wesley Chapel ME. Go straight onto Elliots Run Road for yards. Wesley Chapel was part of the Hustontown charge when it was closed. Marklesburg ME. The church is on the east side of PA Robert Beers of the Cassville circuit began preaching in Marklesburg in and organbized a class of 6 members.
A church building was erected and dedicated in the summer of When the James Creek charge was dissolved in , Marklesburg and Russellville were discontinued and Entriken was placed on the Trough Creek Valley for one year before being discontinued in McKendree ME.
So south 1 mile om McKendree Church Road. Go south on Shore Valley Road 0. Go east on Laurel Hollow Road 0. Go north on Monroe Valley Road 1 mile. The church site and cemetery are on the left, yards up a service road. The congregation was faithful, but never large, and gradually decreased in numbers over the years. In the remaining members voted to close as of September 1, with any members who had not withdrawn or transferred by that date to be automatically transferred to Orbisonia. For several years, the church building continued to be used by the Association for their annual meeting.
Because of serious structural damage and no funding to make repairs, the decision was made April to remove the building. At the T in Mooresville, turn north and go 50 yards.
Lee Spottswood of the Huntingdon circuit began preaching in the Mooresville area in , often preaching in the woods behind the old school house. By the appointment included 36 full members and 23 probationers, and a church building was erected. In a campground was purchased, tents were erected, and a dining hall was built. The camp meeting prospered for 25 years before running its course. In Rev. Karns was instrumental in having the oak trees cut for lumber and the camp grounds sold.
The proceeds were used to build a new parsonage in Mooresville , and the old charge parsonage in Manor Hill was sold.
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The building was sold to the fire company and razed, and the site is now the grassy lot between the firehouse and the parking lot. Union, go 4 miles south on US to Nebo Road. Isaiah Potter of the Juniata circuit organized the Mt. Nebo class January 20 , , with 12 charter members. They met in a school house on the site of the present building.
Construction of the church building was begun in and completed in James King, one of the original 12 members and the first Sunday School superintendent, died in and was buried in the cemetery before the church was completed. It appears that the Mount Union Area Historical Society owns and maintains the church building and the portion of the cemetery on the same side of the road as the church, and that the Shirleysburg UMC owns and is responsible for the portion of the cemetery on the south side of the road.
A log church was erected by the Methodists and used until , when a brick church was erected at Eagle Foundry and named Asbury Chapel. The log church appears to have continued in limited use for a while — especially for funerals, as the cemetery remained active. When approaching Mt. Union from the south on US , bear left onto Shirley Street instead of taking the new bypass along the river.
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The United Brethren church building was erected in , the cornerstone laid in August, and was formally dedicated January 7, , by bishop J. The building put the congregation in financial difficulty from which it never fully recovered. December 28, , the structure was sold to the Odd Fellows, who took off the steeple and roof and added a second story.
In the Mt. Union charge was re-named the Juniata charge. It appears that the congregation kept meeting in the Odd Fellows Hall? Go 1 mile and bear left onto Zion Road. Zion church building, a one-room frame building, was erected in and burned in It was dismantled, hauled to the present site, and rebuilt in the same year. In the building was remodeled: the middle entrance was built, new pews and windows were installed, the wood-burning stoves were replaced.
Neelyton ME. The church is on the left, near the center of the village. The cornerstone for a church building was laid in , and the structure was dedicated later that same year. A remodeling included a new furnace, new walls and floors and cabinets in the basement, new carpet and stained glass windows in the sanctuary. Further remodeling in repositioned the pulpit and altar area, added three classrooms, and installed a sound system. That configuration lasted until It appears that the congregation then met in the school house for many years until a church building was finally dedicated in The building stood in the depression on the east side of the road at the intersection with Stone Valley Road, directly across from the cemetery.
Reber and dedicated February 14, , by Dr. Thus is a rural church with a membership of twenty.