Preserving and Celebrating Our United Methodist Heritage in Central and Northeast Pennsylvania









Relevant and/or Interesting Links

General Commission on Archives and History
This is the website of the denominational archives of the United Methodist Church, located on the campus of Drew University in Madison NJ. There is an explanation of what is available, instructions for making contact and asking questions, and contact information for every individual United Methodist Conference in the United States – as well as directions for determining which conference you should be contacting.  Here is a kink to a five minute video about the denominational archives: http://www.umc.org/news-and-media/umtv-ministry-of-memory

Susquehanna Conference
This is the website of the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church, the parent body of these archives. The site contains information about and links to congregations, personnel, districts, and agencies of the conference. There is also (fairly) current news, announcements of special events, job listings, etc.

NEJ Bulletin
This is the current issue of the NEJ Bulletin, issued quarterly by the Commission on Archives and History of the Northeastern Jurisdiction.

World Methodist Historical Society Historical Bulletin
This is the current issue of the society’s sporadic publication.

Historic United Methodist Sites in the Susquehanna Conference
     Dimock Camp Meeting, Susquehanna County
     New Berlin Evangelical Site, Union County 
     Rock Chapel, Adams County
     Old Burlington Church, Bradford County
     Old Stone Church, Columbia County

Historic United Methodist and related sites in adjacent Conferences
     Albright Chapel, Klinefeltersville PA
     Barratt's Chapel, Frederica DE
     Boehm's Chapel, Lancaster County PA
     First UMC, Johnstown PA
     Lovely Lane Museum, Baltimore MD
     Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, Philadelphia PA
     Strawbridge Shrine, New Windsor MD
     Old Otterbein Church, Baltimore MD
     Old St. George's Church, Philadelphia PA