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Bear Wallow UMC was once an EUB Church, too

Heritage of United Brethren at Trinity and Barnett's Creek United Methodist Church is also shared by Bear Wallow UMC, Rev. Dale Curry, pastor of the Greensburg United Methodist Church reminds us

Dale Curry writes:
Enjoyed reading this article and also wanted to point out that Bear Wallow United Methodist Church was a previous Evangelical United Brethren congregation. Bear Wallow is my home church and although I barely remember the merger in 1968, it's still part of who I am.

Thanks also for the recent article/photo on the new restaurant and history museum on the square in Greensburg. There's been several changes since I moved here almost 20 years ago and the downtown area is much more attractive than it used to be. The next time you take one of your extended lunch hour trips to the "Burg", drive around behind Greensburg United Methodist and see the changes we're making. We tore down one building, and built a pavilion, amphitheater, playground, green space. Think you'll like it.

Hope you and your family are well.

- Dale Curry
Comments re article 49544 JIM The United Brethren on Jamestown Hill

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