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St. Peter's Episcopal Church
306 W. Euclid
- photo date unknown
courtesy of Dorothy Benskin, Crawford County Genealogical Society
 
 
St. Peter's Episcopal Church
306 W. Euclid
- photo date unknown
courtesy of Dorothy Benskin, Crawford County Genealogical Society
 
The Episcopal Church was founded in 1881 as part of the St. Peter's Parish. Their first permanent buildings was constructed at Seventh and Elm on June 5, 1882. It being a small structure and the church rapidly growing the need for a larger building was needed so a new building was began in March 1890 on its current site of 306 W. Euclid. The building was dedicated on December 1894, completely debt free. The congregation is still meeting in that same building today, even though the edifice has been remodeled to change the appearence of the old builidng. In 1960 a large educational annex was built to the east of the church.

 

 
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