Churches of Port Norris
and Commercial Township

The historical society recognizes the following properties as historic to the community. Click on the images or text to read more about each of this special places. If you have a historical property please email us. We would love to add your images and stories.

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Feb 13, 1888
Despite the terrible weather of yesterday, there was quite in attendance at the churches, morning and afternoon. At the Methodist Church, Rev. J. F. Morell occupied the pulpit at both services and delighted his many hearers greatly. At the Baptist Church, the Rev. J. M. Scott occupied the pulpit in the morning and evening. The ordinance of baptism was ministered to ten converts, among the number being a Hindu from Calcutta, India, by the name of Baboo Sudah. Meetings will be held in both churches this week. On Sunday, next, the Rev. Edw. II. Bronson is at the head of the Kings Household of Bible Readers and will organize a circle here.

Faith Tabernacle Church
1665 North Ave, Port Norris
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First United Methodist Church
1782 Main Street, Port Norris
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Haleyville United Methodist Church
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John Wesley United Methodist
2523 Ogden Ave, Port Norris
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Methodist Episcopal Church
Bivalve, Commercial Township
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Mauricetown Methodist Episcopal Church
Mauricetown, Commercial Township
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Mauricetown Methodist Church
9571 Noble St, Mauricetown
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North Port Norris Methodist Church
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Port Norris Baptist Church
1672 Main St, Port Norris
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Shiloh Baptist
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St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church
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Source for a few of the churches The Cumberland Churches
The balance of the history and stories supplied by the churches or individuals.