~ Ottsville


Baptist Saint John the Baptist


Ottsville PA 18942

610. 847.5521 FAX

Rev. Joseph Tobias, M.S.C., Pastor (7-2001), Saint John's parish (Roman Catholic),

Haycock, Reverend Gearhart H. Krake, pastor, dates its origin from the latter part of the last

century, when the pastors at Goshenhoppen included the seated population of the faith in this

section in their pastoral labors. The families of McCarty, Garden, Doren, Sanders

(Irish)…Battle's History of BC (1887), page 642.

Catholic Saint John the Baptist

1743 4050 Durham Road

Ottsville PA 18942

610. 847.5521 FAX

Boundaries: Delaware River from the Durham-Nockamixon Twp. Line to Tohickon Creek; to

Bedminster-Plumstead Twp. line; to US 611; to Stump Rd.; to Township Rt. 396; to

Township Rd. 429; to Elephant Rd.; to Township Rd. 431; to E. Rockhill-Bedminster Twp.

line; to County Rd. 09068; to County Rd. 09062; to County Rd. 09061; to County Rd. 09019;

to County Rd. 09068 (Old Bethlehem Rd.); to PA 212; to Township Rd. 485; to Durham-

Nockamixon Twp. line; to Delaware River.

Lutheran The German Lutheran


Ottsville PA 18942


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United Church of Saint Luke's United Church of Christ

1773 Durham Road

Ottsville PA 18942

610. 847.2633 FAX

Sometime prior to 1773 a log church building was erected upon a half acre of ground. It was

resolved to build a new church in 1814. Battle's History of BC (1887), page 632.

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