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Chanceford Township’s Guinston Presbyterian Church’s campus holds an unusual sight. Three church buildings stand there, representing three eras of church architecture. York, Pa., Daily Record photographer Paul Kuehnel captured the three buildings from the vantage point of the original structure. From left, you can see the 1949 building, the 2015 building and the 1773 building. The southeastern York County congregation has met in five buildings since 1754. The 2015 building was recently dedicated. Guinston’s website tells this story: ‘Guinston has continued as a congregation while political parties have risen and fallen, many wars were fought, slavery was abolished, man explored space, and thousands of new technologies have emerged. However, through it all Guinston has remained a steadfast family of faith that loves each other and the Lord. May God continue to bless Guinston for many years to come.’ Check out this YDR photo gallery from the dedication. Also of interest: 5 views of old Guinston Church.
Other neat stuff from all over … .
Guinston’s 18th-century church is a testament to stone construction. Log houses are grand, too, and York County has many standing today.
This Historic York story, with photos, points out many of the county’s best known.
Norma’s place in York, Pa.: This neighborhood institution closed last week. And Jason Plotkin photo provided an engaging look before locked its doors
— Jason Plotkin (@Jasonplotkin) September 3, 2015
+++ At New Oxford’s station: Improvements on track. Full story: All aboard!
History Mystery: Ever see a movie in this place?