Briar Creek Church
LUTHERANS IN THE VALLEY 0F THb NORTH BRANCH OF THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER Copied from Vol I, No.9, The Pennsylvania Dutchman(June 30, 1949)
Briar Creek Union Church Records 1798-1880 – This congregation was founded about fifty years ago. BRIAR CREEK UNION CHURCH
Briar Creek Township, Columbia County Pennsylvania Baptisms 1798- 1880 Lists of Communicants Persons confirmed
Session Book of Briar Creek Church (Hidley Cong) 1843
MIFFLIN. COLUMBIA COUNTY
The congregation in Mifflin township was founded as early as the year 1792 by Pastor Friedrich Miller from Berks County, and was perhaps one of the first congregations in the neighborhood
BERBER’S CHURCH, BEAVER VALLEY-2- (HARGER’S)
This congregation was gathered and founded about 26 or 28 years ago by Pastor Benninger.
CATAWISSA VALLEY. SCHUYLKILL COUHTY.
The congregation in the Catawissa Valley was gathered about the year 1810 by the Reformed preacher Croll
SALEM CHURCH. LUZKRHE COUNTY.
The congregation in Salem was formed in the year 1823 by the Reformed preacherZeiser. The cornerstone to the church was laid on ?ay 27,1824, and the dedication took place in September 1825.
WAPWALLOPKN. LUZERNE COUNTY
The congregation in Wapwallopen was gathered by Pastor Croll about the year 1806 but Pastor Schaeffer had preached here in houses as early as 1804®
NESCOPECK, LUZERNE COUNTY.
The congregation in Nescopeck, three or four miles from Berwick, was founded in the year 1809 by Pastor Pomp of Easton.