The Reformed Calvinist Church of The Upper Part of Palatine In The County of Montgomery or "Klock's Church".
Klock's Church was east of the present day Village of St. Johnsville. The Federalist style church was built in 1803 and named St. John's in 1804; it was located on Church Street, but later moved to W. Main Street and enlarged. 1880 it was torn down to build the 1881 brick building.
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Our Church and Activities
Sunday School, Jan 29, 2006
History of The Church
St. John's Reformed Church. History of the church and
early Palatine settlement (1970 revision) Best
History of The Church. Written by Dr. Norman Thomas in 1947, revised
notes on The Reformed Church in America ; The History
of Montgomery Classis R.C.A by
W.N.P. Dailey, 1916.
1) Treasurer's Records, accounts of the Upper Palatine
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