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SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY PA


Alford ME

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Location: village of Alford
Municipality: Harford township
County: Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     The first Methodist class organized here was in 1858 by the pastor of Brooklyn circuit.  The first church building was dedicated December 17, 1896.

Final disposition:
    


1. Ararat United Methodist Church

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Address: 2220 Ridge Road
Municipality:
Ararat township
County:
Susquehanna County
State:
PA

Directions:
    
From the borough of Thompson, go 4 miles south on PA 171 to Ararat Road.  Go west on Arart Road 3 miles to Ridge Road.  Go south 500 feet on Ridge Road.  The church is on the left, across from the cemetery.

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Brief History:
    
While there was an earlier class here that failed to survive, the present congregation dates from a class formed in 1842 by the preacher on Lanesboro circuit.  The first building was erected in 1873. 




Auburn Center ME

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Location: PA 267, village of Auburn Center
Municipality: Auburn township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions: The church is in the south end of the village, on the east side of the highway.      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This building was dedicated November 10, 1886.

Final disposition:
    This church was listed in the court house records as “Haverly Hill Methodist Church.”  If the property ever ceased to be used for church purposes, all land, buildings and contents were to revert back to the land owner.  In May 1963 the trustees of the Meshoppen Methodist Church formally released all rights to the property to a Mr. Gerald Bullock, thus clearing up a legal matter and ending all denominational interests in the property.


Auburn Four Corners ME

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Location:
Municipality: Auburn township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This church building was dedicated September 13, 1881.

Final disposition:
    


Bethel Hill ME

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Location: PA 171, north of Comfort Pond
Municipality: Harmony township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Meetings were held in this neighborhood in private home and in schoolhouses for several years prior to the erection of the chapel at Bethel Hill in 1883.

Final disposition:
    


Brackney ME
[aka Silver Lake ME]

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Location: village of Brackney
Municipality: Silver Lake township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Efforts to organize Methodist work was made as early as 181, but it wasn’t until about 1831 that a regular appointment was established.  Services were held in homes and school houses.  A series of revival services started on January 1, 1840, that resulted in 40 conversions.  A plain frame church on the northeast corner of the crossroads south of Brackney was dedicated in February 1847.  In 1867 this building was moved to a more desirable spot further north on the same road.  This appointment was served from New York state.

Final disposition:
    


Brookdale ME

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Location: PA 29, village of Brookdale
Municipality: Liberty township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This appears to be a continuation of the call that began in the nearby Bailey school house, erected a building one mile south in Stanfordville in 1852, and relocated another miles south to Lawsville center in 1883.  The church building at Brookdale was dedicated March 29, 1898.

Final disposition:
    


Devine Ridge ME

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Location: Devine Ridge Road
Municipality: Rush township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions: 
     From the village of Rush on PA 706, go 0.5 miles east to Devine Ridge Road.  Go north 2 miles on Devine Ridge Road.  The cemetery is on the left.

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     A 30x40 foot building was dedicated here July 4, 1868, largely through the generosity of George Devine and his five sons.   By action of the Quarterly Conference on April 29, 1889, the appointment was discontinued and the property reverted to the original owners. 

Final disposition:
     Only the cemetery remains.


Dundaff ME

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Location: village of Dundaff
Municipality: Clifford township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This society was formed about 1830 and a crude frame building erected on the back part of a lot about 1835.  In 1872 the church was moved to a lot on Main Street and thoroughly repaired.  The building was completely remodeled and rededicated May 26, 1898.

Final disposition:
     The property was sold 6/7/1946 for $300, with the proceeds minus expenses divided between the Clifford and Vandling congregations.


East Bridgewater ME

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Location:
Municipality: Bridgewater township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Tradition says that a class and occasional preaching services began here about 1815.  Meetings were held in private homes, bars, and school houses.  A revival during the winter of 1876-77 resulted in over 100 conversions.  The church building here was dedicated in the spring of 1878.  In 1967 the Wyoming Conference relinquished all claim to the property in favor of the East Bridgewater Community Church.

Final disposition:
    


East New Milford ME [see Lakeside]  




Elk Lake ME

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Location: highway 3923, village of Elk Lake
Municipality: Dimock township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class was organized about 1826.  In 1876 a great revival resulted in about 80 conversions.  The church building was dedicated December 19, 1899.

Final disposition:
     This building now houses an independent congregation.



Fair Hill ME

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Location:
Municipality: Forest Lake township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:
     1951,640 – Fair Hill abandoned; furnishings to Warren Center

Brief History:
     This class met in Taylor Hollow and in the Chapman district school house before erecting their own church building, which was dedicated November 26, 1877. 

Final disposition:
     When the Warren Center Methodist Church in Bradford County burned in February 1951, the Fair Hill building and all of its furnishings were donated to the cause.  The church was dismantled and trucked to Warren Center, where much of the material was used in the new building.  It was stipulated that the windows be used with the names left on them, and they were so used in the dining hall of the new building. 


Forest Lake Center ME

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Location: village of Forest Lake
Municipality: Forest Lake township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:
     1926,55 – permission to sell

Brief History:
     Known as the Town class, this society was organized about 1834.  In 1834 a church was dedicated on the farm of John S. Town.  In 1871 the building was enlarge by an addition of twelve feet to its length and the erection of a thirty-foot tower.  The improved facility was dedicated November 26, 1871.  Preaching was discontinued here in 1923.

Final disposition:
    


Gelatt ME

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Location: village of Gelatt
Municipality: Gibson township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:

Final disposition:
    Only the cemetery remains.


Glenwood ME

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Location: village of Glenwood
Municipality: Lenox township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class came into existence about 1871 when the pastor from Nicholson held a series of evangelistic services in the Baptist church.  Soon afterward, that church building, erected in 1856, became a union church.  In 1882, the Methodists purchased full ownership of the property.  The church was generally served from Wyoming County in connection with Nicholson.  In 1981 a majority of the congregation withdrew from the United Methodist Church, but the building remained within the Wyoming Conference.  Those who left the denomination formed an independent congregation and erected a new building, and the remaining members were not able to continue as a viable congregation.  The church was closed in 1986

Final disposition:
    


Hallstead ME

Location: Church Street
Municipality: borough of Hallstead
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Methodists commenced work here as early as 1842, holding services in an old Baptist church and in a school house that stood on the site that would later house the church.  During those years, preaching was usually done by the pastors from Great Bend or New Milford charges.  The church in Hallstead was dedicated March 17, 1896.

Final disposition:
    


Harford ME

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Location: village of Harford
Municipality: Harford township
County: Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     The first Methodist class in the township was organized in North Harford about 1839, but that class never erected a building.  Another class was organized in the village Harford in 1841.  Meetings were held in the large upper room of a house.  Work on a church building was begun in 1844, but there was not enough money to complete the project immediately.  The basement was fitted up and used as a church until 1850, when the sanctuary was completed and the building was dedicated.  A parsonage on Water Street was purchased in 1889.

Final disposition:
     The above picture of the church and parsonage is circa 1920 and from the book Beechwood Settlers.  The church was closed in 1937 and demolished a few years later.  The bell was placed in the Congregational Church across the road.
 


Haverly Hill  [see Auburn Center]   


Heart Lake ME

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Location:
Municipality:
Bridgewater township
County:
Susquehanna County
State:
PA

Directions:

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Brief History:
    
The work began here in 1896 when Methodists from Binghamton who summered at Heart Lake instituted prayer services.  Several conversions resulted, and the following year the pastor from New Milford began serving the community.  The church building was dedicated January 29, 1898.  When the appointment was discontinued in 2010, a reversion clause in the original deed allowed the congregation to maintain the building as a community church.

Final Disposition:
   
The building and congregation continue as the Little White Community Church.


Herrick Center ME

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Location:
Municipality: Herrick township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     The class here was organized about 1830.  Meetings were held in a schoolhouse for about 50 years until a 30x50 church building was dedicated March 5, 1882, on land donated by R.P. Patterson of Carbondale.  The class was originally part of Dundaff circuit.  After not being in use for several years, the building was officially abandoned in 1944 – the property and structures thereon passing to a previous owner by virtue of a reversion clause in the original deed.

Final disposition:
    


Jackson ME

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Location: PA 92 and county route 1002
Municipality: Jackson township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:
     1967,63 – Jackson abandoned; property to be sold, with proceeds and other assets distributed on the charge

Brief History:
     The class here was organized about 1816 but went through periods of uncertainty and reorganization before finally dedicating their church building December 21, 1850.  On March 6, 1967, the congregation voted unanimously to disband and sell the property, with the proceeds going to the three remaining churches on the charge – Gibson, South Gibson and Lakeside.

Final disposition:
    


Jersey Hill MP/ME

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Location: PA 267
Municipality: Auburn township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions: The church is between Rushboro and Auburn Center, on the west side of the highway.   

Historic Conference:
    
Pennsylvania Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This building was erected by the Methodist Protestants in 1852.  In 1870, this MP congregation asked to be served by the preacher of the Auburn ME charge.  That arrangement worked well, and the congregation was formally received into the ME denomination in 1873.  The building was rebuilt in 1906.

Final disposition:
    


Lakeside ME
[Lathrop ME]

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Location: near Lakeside Pond
Municipality: Lathrop township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     When a revival in the school house during the winter of 1869-70 produced a large number of converts, the need for a church building was felt.  A class was organized November 22, 1870, and a church above the east side of the lake was dedicated February 16, 1871.  This was a merger of a number of Sunday Schools and worship services; the first spot chosen for the building was just north of the Hillsdale cemetery, but the lakeside site was one location selected.  Services were discontinued about 1924.  The church was officially abandoned and the property disposed of in May 1945.  The land was transferred to the Baptist Church, the bell was given to the Union ME Church in Lathrop township, and the building (which was in ruins) was dismantled for building material.

Final disposition:
     The above picture was taken in 1915.


Lakeside ME
[East New Milford ME]

Location: PA 492, village of Lakeside
Municipality: New Milford township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:    
     From the interchange of I-81 with PA 492, go 4.5 miles east on PA 492.  The church is on the left, a little before the large lake that geves the community its name.

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:
     2005,174 – motion to discontinue
    
2005,94  discontinued

Brief History:
     In the early records, this appointment is called East New Milford.  Meetings here were held in a Good Templar’s hall for some time, and then in the school house, before the church building was dedicated November 15, 1883, and the first annex was added in 1934.  The building was significantly remodeled in 1943, and the annex was completed in 1955.  Restrooms were installed in the basement in 1968.  The congregation’s early charge alignment was with New Milford, and its final charge alignment was with Gibson and South Gibson.  Because of dwindling membership, the church was closed July 1, 2005.

Final disposition:
    


Lanesboro ME

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Location:
Municipality: borough of Lanesboro
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
            This class was formed in 1812.  The church building was complete and occupied in the latter part of 1837.  Pew rents were charged until 1880, when it was resolved that all seats in the church be free.  The first parsonage was built in 1841, and a new one was erected in 1877.

Final disposition:
    


Lawsville Center ME

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Location: PA 29, village of Lawsville
Municipality: Liberty township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Lawsville was the name of a large township from whose southern portion Franklin township was formed in 1835.  The northern portion retained the name Lawsville until 1836 when it was named Liberty.  The church building in Lawsville Center was erected by the Presbyterians but became Methodist after the church in Stanfordville was destroyed by a cyclone.  The congregation appears to have relocated two miles north Brookdale when a building was erected there in 1898.

Final disposition:
    


Locust Hill ME

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Location: northeast corner of Locust Hill Road and Church Road
Municipality: Great Bend township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Chaffee’s 1904 History of the Wyoming Conference, lists a Hickory Grove PA charge with 4 appointments: Beavansville (school house appointment), Edson (church erected 1902), Locust Hill (church erected 1875), and Randolph (church erected 1866).  None of these congregations are in existence today.  Three of the appointments were in New York, but Locust Hill was in Pennsylvania.  The charge was named Hickory Grove because a parsonage was purchased there in 1901, but there was no church building in Hickory Grove.  The parsonage was later the Hickory Grove Studio. 
     The church was officially closed in the early 1920’s.  In the early 1930’s, the building was unofficially re-opened and services were held by the preacher from Susquehanna – Rev. Harry Brooks, who undertook the work with great zeal.  His successors at Susquehanna, however, held only limited services at Locust Hill – and the work was abandoned in the early 1940’s.
     With permission of the district superintendent, Floyd Cowell, a student at Practical Bible Training School, started independent services here in the mid 1940’s – and the work prospered.  In 1959 the congregation purchased the building and formally organized as the Locust Hill Bible Church.

Final disposition:
     The building now houses the Locust Hill Bible Church.


Lymanville ME

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Location: Paul Kato Road, village of Lymanville
Municipality: Springville township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Early services were held in this area on an irregular basis in private homes, barns, and woods until the school house was erected.  Regular services began about 1830, and a church building was dedicated in August 1842

Final disposition:
    


Lynn ME

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Location: village of Lynn
Municipality: Springville township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This society was organized about 1880, and the church building was dedicated November 24, 1883.

Final disposition:
    


Lyon Street ME

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Location: county route 2027
Municipality: Herrick township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class was formed in 1830 and met in school houses before their building was dedicated March 2, 1853.

Final disposition:
    


Middletown Center ME

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Location: village of Middletown Center
Municipality: Middletown township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     While the Methodists maintained regular meetings here in a structure erected by the residents of the community for school and church purposes, they never owned their own building.  The class relocated and built in Prattsville, directly on the Susquehanna/Bradford county line.  See the page for Prattsville ME in Bradford County, Pike township.

Final disposition:
    


Oakland [Avenue] ME

Location:
Municipality: borough of Oakland
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class was formed in 1872, being the successor to an earlier McKune class on the Lanesboro circuit, between Oakland and Great Bend.    The following year they erected a chapel on State Street, in the north end of the borough.  In 1880 the class formally split from Susquehanna and became a separate congregation.  In 1896 they purchased the 1881 Evangelical Association building on Westfall Avenue, in the south end of the borough.  The congregation then became known as Avenue ME Church.  Their State Street site was purchased by the Congregational Church, which erected a very large sanctuary that was later abandoned as a church, used for storage, and finally torn down in 1984. 
     In 1924 the Oakland congregation voted to unite with Susquehanna.  The Oakland parsonage, next door to the church, became the home for the Susquehanna ministers until a new brick house further up the Avenue was purchased in 1964.  In later years that Avenue  building became the Oakland Borough Hall.  Now it is used for storage.

Final disposition:
    


Oakland Trinity EA

Location:
Municipality: borough of Oakland
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     New York Conference of the Evangelical Association

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class was organized in 1880 and operated entirely in the German language.  A church building was erected on Westfall Street in 1881.  Being on the geographic edge of the Conference, the congregation appears to have fallen victim to the problems resulting from the 1894 split in the Evangelical Association.  In 1896 the building was sold to the Methodist Episcopal congregation.

Final disposition:
    


Rush Center ME
aka State Road ME
aka Snyder ME

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Location:
Municipality: Rush township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:
     1952,957 – declared abandoned; permission to sell

Brief History:
     This building was dedicated February 23, 1871, and stood south of the old cemetery, on the road to East Rush.  In 1901 a building was erected, now Rush UM Church, in the village of Rush on PA 706.  This essentially replaced the Rush Center appointment, although the old building was maintained for funerals at other irregular services at least until 1912.

Final disposition:
    


Rush Four Corners ME
aka Dunmore ME

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Location:
Municipality: Rush township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     The was once a post office at Rush Four Corners.

Final disposition:
    


Shannon Hill ME

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Location:
Municipality: Auburn township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     The appointment was known as Overfield until 1858.  After worshiping in a school house for many years, this class finally dedicated a church building on May 6, 1902.

Final disposition:
    


Silver Lake ME [see Brackney ME]


Stanfordville ME

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Location: PA 29, village of Stanfordville
Municipality: Liberty township
County: Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:
     Stanfordville was a small collection of homes on PA 29 one mile north of Lawsville Center and one mile south of Brookdale.

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Early Methodists meetings in the area were held near Brookdale in the Bailey school house.  A revival there in 1851 resulted in a number of converts, and a 36x40 foot brick church building was erected one mile south in Stanfordville in 1852.  It was used regularly until destroyed by a cyclone on July 2, 1883.  The class then moved its meetings one mile south to the Presbyterian church at Lawsville Center and eventually became the custodians of that property.  It appears that the congregation returned to Brookdale when a church building was erected there in 1898.

Final disposition:
    


Stevens Point

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Location: county route 1011, village of Stevens Point
Municipality: Harmony township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     Meetings were held in this neighborhood in private home and in schoolhouses for several years prior to the dedication of the church building November 19, 1899.  [The 1896 date in Chaffee’ History of the Wyoming Conference is a misprint.]

Final disposition:
    


Transue MP

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Location:
Municipality: Auburn township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Pennsylvania Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     According to Stocker’s 1887 History of Susquehanna County, this church building was erected sometime before 1849.

Final disposition:
    


Union ME

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Location: county route 3023
Municipality: Lathrop township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions: 
     Some sources place this on the western edge of Lathrop township, others on the eastern edge of Springville township.

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class was served with West Nicholson, East Lemon and other appointments in Wyoming County.  Preaching services were held for some time at Parkvale, but subsequently moved to Union, where a church building was dedicated August 8, 1899, on land donated by John and Julia Johnson.  In 1948 the belfry received the bell of the closed Lakeside ME church in Lathrop township.

Final disposition:
     The above picture was taken in 1960.


West Auburn ME

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Location:
Municipality: Auburn township
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     Wyoming Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Journal references:

Brief History:
     This class originally met in private home and school houses.  The church building here was erected in 1868.  It was 34x48 feet, with a good basement and an 80-foot tower.  Historically, West Auburn and South Auburn were part of the Skinner’s Eddy circuit.

Final disposition:
    


West Brooklyn EV

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Location:
Municipality:
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     East Pennsylvania Conference of the Evangelical Association

Journal references:
     1897,21 – request to either move building to a more suitable location or sell to reduce debt on the Tunkhannock building

Brief History:
    

Final disposition:
    


West Clifford EV

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Location:
Municipality:
County:
Susquehanna
State:
PA

Directions:      

Historic Conference:
     East Pennsylvania Conference of the Evangelical Association

Journal references:
     1898,15 – West Clifford added to Tunkhannock

Brief History:
    

Final disposition: