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North & Southampton Reformed Church

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<p>First organized in 1710, the North & Southampton Reformed Church claims to be the oldest Dutch Reformed Church in Pennsylvania. Currently, the church is a member congregation of the Reformed Church in America.</p>
<p>The congregation was originally located in Feasterville, before moving to its present-day home on Bristol Road in 1816.</p> <p>The church building has been remodeled several times since the original construction. The first such occasion, in 1902, aimed to move the church closer toward the Victorian style,  a popular church style of the time. This remodel elevated the sanctuary and sloped the floor, creating a more theater-like environment. The first of two education wings was added in 1939 on the east side; an additional three-story wing was added to the west side in 1959.</p> <p>In 1968, the congregation voted to enlarge, renovate and, most notably, restore the main building to its original state. In this renovation, the sanctuary was returned to ground level and a balcony was added.</p>
1380 Bristol Rd, Southampton, PA 18966
(215) 357-5636
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 8pm; Sat, by appointment; Sun, closed.
  • Hours: Sunday Service and Church School – Sun, 9:30am
  • Accessible: yes
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