To promote the divine teachings a society here was organized in 1804 and the first building shortly thereafter erected. Successive houses of worship to serve the growing congregation were erected in 1835, 1856, and 1898.
Ira D. Sankey
Noted evangelist, singer and hymnologist was converted here to God’s Service and accepted into this fellowship in 1858.
Erected by New Castle Perry Chapter United States Daughters of 1812 August 30, 1936.
Photograph by Randy Melchert
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Referred to in the Moody Bible Institute archives. The story of the Ninety and Nine, one of Ira Sankey’s most beloved hymns is recorded in this beautiful stained glass window. Ira Sankey Stained Glass Window This was a gift of Frances Victoria Edwards, Sankey’s wife, and was manufactured by Tiffany and Company of New York; Also in the church is Read more...