Juniata County

 

These are the postcards related to United Methodism in Juniata County PA that are in the postcard collection at the archives of the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church. The Susquehanna Conference covers 32 counties in central and northeast Pennsylvania. The archives of the Susquehanna Conference are located at Lycoming College in Williamsport PA.

 

United Methodism includes the following denominations, abbreviated as shown.

EA Evangelical Association

EUB Evangelical United Brethren Church

EV Evangelical Church

MC Methodist Church

ME Methodist Episcopal Church

MES Methodist Episcopal Church, South

MP Methodist Protestant Church

UB United Brethren Church

UE United Evangelical Church

UM United Methodist Church

 

1922: The EA and UE denominations united to form the EV denomination.

1939: The ME and MES and MP denominations united to form the MC denomination.

1946: The UB and EV denominations united to form the EUB denomination.

1968: The EUB and MC denominations united to form the UM denomination.

 

In addition, United Methodism produced the following separate denominations, created by congregations that left one of the above denominations. Relevant postcards from these denominations are included in the collection.

EC Evangelical Congregational Church, left the UE in 1922

ECNA Evangelical Church of North America [now the Evangelical Church], left the EUB in 1968

UBOC United Brethren Old Constitution Church, left the UB in 1889

UC United Christian Church, left the UB in 1869


 


 

Mexico EV

 

This building is now Mexico UM Church.

 

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Mexico EV interior

 

This building is now Mexico UM Church.

 

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Mifflin EV

 

The EV church is the building in the front. The building with the bell is a school.

This building is now a house. The congregation relocated.

 

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Mifflin Trinity EV church and parsonage

 

These buildings are now part of Trinity UM Church.

 

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Mifflintown ME view #1

 

This building, extensively remodeled, is now Aldersgate UM Church.

 

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Mifflintown ME view #2

 

This building is now Aldersgate UM Church.

 

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Mount Zion UB

 

This building is now Mount Zion UM Church.

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Port Royal ME view #1

 

This building is now Port Royal UM Church.

 

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Port Royal ME view #2

 

This building is now Port Royal UM Church.

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Thompsontown ME

 

This building was replaced by the present Thompsontown UM Church.

 

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