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Old churches and meeting houses in and around Philadelphia

by Faris, John T. 1871-1949.

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Table of Contents:
  • I. Trying days at Old St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal church, Philadelphia ...
  • II. Glimpses of Friends and Friends' meetings in Philadelphia ...
  • III. St. Mary's church, Burlington, New Jersey ...
  • IV. Four Presbyterian churches in Delaware ...
  • V. The beginnings of the Protestant Episcopal church at Swedesboro, New Jersey ...
  • VI. Three old churches in Germantown ...
  • VII. The tale of three Presbyterian congregations in Philadelphia ...
  • VIII. Christ church, Philadelphia, birthplace of the American Protestant Episcopal church ...
  • IX. The glorious beginning of the Reformed church in America ...
  • X. How Norriton church became historic ...
  • XI. The first Baptist church in Philadelphia ...
  • XII. The beginnings of four Protestant Episcopal churches ...
  • XIII. Among the Friends northeast of Philadelphia ...
  • XIV. How Maidenhead and Trenton, New Jersey, were linked ...
  • XV. How the Moravians came to have a church in Philadelphia ...
  • XVI. Gloria Dei, the church built by the Swedes in Philadelphia ...
  • XVII. Among the New Jersey Friends ...
  • XVIII. How Great Valley Presbyterian church passed through the centuries ...
  • XIX. The brilliant career of St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran churches ...
  • XX. Friends from Chester to Wilmington and Birmingham ...
  • XXI. At Middletown and Forks of Brandywine ...
  • XXII. Ten Evangelical Lutheran churches ...
  • XXIII. Two centuries with the Merion Friends ...
  • XXIV. Trappe, the oldest Lutheran church in America ...
  • XXV. Neshaminy of Warwick, the church of the log college ...
  • XXVI. Intimate glimpses of Germantown meeting ...
  • XXVII. The twin churches of Church road ...
  • XXVIII. In Germantown and Frankford ...
  • XXIX. St. George's church, the cradle of American Methodism ...
  • XXX. Old St. David's church at Radnor ...
  • XXXI. Early days of Fagg's Manor ...
  • XXXII. Four suburban Protestant Episcopal churches ...
  • XXXIII. The rise and fall of the Free Quakers ...
  • XXXIV. The ups and downs of three provincial churches ...
  • XXXV. The stormy beginnings of St. Paul's Episcopal church, Philadelphia ...
  • XXXVI. Three churches between Philadelphia and the Falls of the Delaware ...
  • XXXVII. How St. James', Kingsessing, and Christ church, Upper Merion, became Episcopal organizations.
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