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Lutheran Keller's Church (See Saint Mathews)

1751 Ridge & Kellers Church Road

Bedminster PA 18910

215. 795.2965 FAX

Celebrated it's 250th anniversary 2001.Organized in 1751, Evangelical Lutheran. Battle's

History of BC (1887), page

Lutheran Peace-Tohickon Lutheran Church

1838 100 Old Bethlehem Road-Route 313 &

Bedminster PA 18944

215. 257.3294 FAX

The Tohickon church, Lutheran and Reformed, erected by Elias Nunemaker. The building previously in use was erected in 1866. Dedication: Anno Domini 1766, May the 8th, being the festival of Ascension, by me and Mr. Alfeuz, the Reformed pastor, the new stone church was publicly dedicated, on which occasion I preached on the text taken from I Reg., VIII., v. 28-29, and gave it the name Templum Pacis (church of peace). The Reformed minister took  his text from Isaiah, Ivi., v.7, the last sentence. Battle's History of BC, page 579.



Lutheran Saint Matthew's Lutheran Church

3668 Ridge & Kellers Church Roads

Bedminster PA 18910

215. 795.2965 FAX

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Mennonite Bedminster Mennonite (See Deep Run)

Bedminster PA 18910


One of the oldest of that denomination in Bucks County. Battle's ' History of BC, page 576

Presbyterian Deep Run Presbyterian Church

Elephant Road #B

Bedminster PA 18910

215. 249.3689 FAX

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