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First Presbyterian Church of Crowley

  Texas Historical Markers
209 N. Beverly St., Crowley, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 34' 47.758332", -97° 21' 49.219884"
    Texas State
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     This congregation grew from early brush arbor meetings and a Union Sunday School begun in 1895. The Presbyterians were one of the first denominations to break away from the Union Church to form their own congregation. By 1897, the fellowship had built a sanctuary. The First Presbyterian Church of Crowley was served for many years by circuit ministers. One of their earliest pastors was the Rev. L. C. Collier, who also served as president of the nearby Red Oak Academy. Throughout its history, the congregation has provided significant community service and leadership. (1985)

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

First Presbyterian Church of Crowley Historical Marker Location Map, Texas