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Presbyterian times 2, Indiana, PA

July 20, 2016


Some years ago Richard Kenyon and I traveled a loop through Pennsylvania in search of A-A churches; the state is rich in excellent examples. These two cards show the exterior and interior of “First” Presbyterian church, which now seems to be renamed Calvary. J. C. Fulton of Uniontown was the architect and construction was complete in 1906. The church website makes specific reference to the Akron Plan, though it does not show in this view.

The town of Indiana actually has two Presbyterian churches, side by side, in the city center, both well maintained and with active congregations. This view from google.maps shows their proximity:


I know nothing about the adjacent building, which from the air gives no indication of Akron tendencies.

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