Woodside / Forest Hill Presbyterian Church

September 8, 1867 - <1940>

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New Forest Hill Church to be Opened Next Month - August 2, 1913 - Newspaper Article

The Forest Hill Presbyterian Church was organized on September 8, 1867. The original church was named Woodside and was on Carteret Street. The beginnings of the church were at the home of C. C. Hine, on Belleville Avenue in June of 1867. A new church was built adjoing the old church and opened in September 1913.

From: Social Services Directory of Newark 1912

Gives relief to its own poor who are members, and to nonmembers with whom it is brought in contact. The Men's Club is conducted under the auspices of the church.

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Reverend From To
C. Eddy 1869 June 1, 1875
James S. Evans December 20, 1876 October 6, 1880
James H. Trimmer May 4, 1881 October 5, 1882
Joseph W. Porter June 12, 1883 June 17, 1889
Henry C. Vanderbeck June 12, 1890 April 14, 1909
Frederick W. Lewis December 10, 1909 <1918>
John S. Carlile <1920> <1925>
Paul R. Hickok <1930> <1940>


Address From To
Woodside 1870 1894
601 Highland Avenue c. Heller Parkway (Fredonia Avenue) 1895 <1940>
     
     


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