Old White Church Preservation

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Erected in 1842 by Ringtown Valley settlers and formally named St. Paul’s Union Church.  It is the oldest religious structure in Schuylkill County located north of the Broad Mountain.  This unaltered “meeting house” style structure replaced an earlier log church built circa 1810.  A total restoration project was completed here during the 1990’s.  The historic “Old White Church” was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in April of 1995.  Two active congregations – St. John’s Lutheran Church and St. Pauls United Church of Christ – maintain the premises with the help of volunteers and charitable donations.  Both congregations hold multiple services at the site during the warmer months including an Ascention Day service and Memorial Day service.  

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199 Brandonville Road
Ringtown, PA 17967 

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