Category Archives: United Methodist

Do your know any of these York County World War II USO hostesses?

Here is another follow up to my previous York Sunday News column and posts on York County USO activity during World War II. You can find the others at www.yorkblog.com by entering USO in the search box. After the column … Continue reading

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York’s Trinity United Methodist Church Plans Repairs

I just heard that York’s Trinity United Methodist Church is about ready to submit a plan to York City to repair the building at 241 East King Street. They are still planning to sell the building, as the congregation has … Continue reading

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Changes at York’s Trinity U.M. Church over the Years

Trinity U.M. Church 1941 and 1946 In response to my previous posts on Trinity United Methodist Church on East King Street, I was asked when the steeple was taken down. I didn’t know it ever had a steeple until I … Continue reading

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More on York’s Endangered Trinity UM Church

Newspaper clipping, 1896 As promised in my previous post, I checked the Trinity Evangelical/ Trinity EUB/ Trinity United Methodist Church file at York County Heritage Trust. Besides copies of original church records, such as baptisms, I found directories, anniversary history … Continue reading

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Trinity Church a Landmark on East King Street in York

Trinity United Methodist Church, 241 East King St. I’ve been following the stories on the proposed demolition of Trinity United Methodist Church on East King St. because of my admiration of historic architecture and because of the church’s place in … Continue reading

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