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The Greensburg Evangelical United Brethren Church was founded in 1850.
Mt. Zion Episcopal was organized in 1817-1818. It was previously called Hedges Chapel.
St. Mark's was organized in 1844, but was previously known as First M.E. Church.
The episcopal church was founded in 1843
Martinsburg First Presbyterian Church was founded in 1824. The current building was dedicated in 1903.
Calvary Church was founded in 1778. The present church sanctuary was built after the war in 1868
The Catholic church was organized in 1850 and dedicated in 1860
The church in Spring Mills was founded originally by Irish immigrants in 1745 in Falling Waters.  In 1800 the community moved and built a new church.
The Disciples of Christ church was founded in 1829.A caption for the image reads: "When enough members of the Restoration Movement lived near Bethany, a new church was formed.  The original stone building, erected after 1829, was later replaced by this brick structure in 1849-1952. A. Campbell was the preaching elder."
The church began as a Baptist church in 1815, but was reorganized as a Christian, Disciples of Christ, church in 1823.  It's the oldest Disciples of Christ church in the Campbell movement.
The church was organized in 1824. The building was dedicated in 1884.
The church was organized in 1807.