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The church was established in 1829 when a group of Long Run residents baptized by Alexander Campbell began to meet in private homes for worship.
The church began and grew with the frontier settlement of Wheeling, W. Va. In the spring of 1785, three years after the last battle of the Revolutionary War was fought at Fort Henry, the congregation was established and proceeded without any official building until 1818.
The church was established in 1849.
The church was established in 1785 within a year after Methodism had come formally to America.
The church was established in 1856 by a small group of the city's leading businessmen.
The church was established in 1785 by a group of the city's leading businessmen.
The organization was established in 1819.
The church was established in 1849 in the industrial part of town once known as Ritchietown. There were no paved streets or walks and kerosene lamps were used for lighting. The church was 14 years old when West Virginia became a state.
The Church began in 1827 by Associated Reformed Presbyterians from Short Creek, W. Va. and was officially organized in 1833. The first church building is still erect on the west side of Market Street and the second is below the corner of Ninth Street.