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Lutheran The Durham Evangelical Lutheran

1790 Durham Road

Durham PA 18039

610. 346.8500 FAX

German services were held in the log school-house, popularly known as Laubach's by preachers from Easton. The religious complexion of those who worshipped at this latter place was principally Reformed and Lutheran. In 1812 these three congregations united in purchasing land from William Long, and appointed John Jacoby, Michael Zearfoos, Morgan Long, Anthony Trauso, John Boyer, Jacob Uhler and Jesse Cawley trustees for the erection of a church building, which was completed in 1813. It was replaced in 1857-58 by the Durham Union church of the present.


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