St. Luke’s Reformed Church, Fishertown, East St. Clair Twp.

History: St. Luke’s Reformed church, Fishertown, was organized in 1871, with twenty members. Prior to that date meetings had been held in schoolhouses and dwellings. In 1870-1 a brick church, 35x45 feet, was erected at a cost of twenty-two hundred dollars. The building committee were Michael Miller, Charles Miller and Valentine Fickes. The present (1884) membership is about fifty. The pastors have been Revs. C. U. Heilman, A. C. Garry, D. N. Dittmar, C. J. Musser and C. S. Slagle. The church is a part of Dunning’s Creek charge.

(Source: The History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Counties, Pa., Waterman, Watkins & Co., 1884, p. 287-8.)

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