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Osage City First Presbyterian Church celebrates 150th anniversary

Osage City First Presbyterian Church, 202 S. Sixth St., Osage City; cornerstone laid May 6, 1921.

Current church is 100 years old

While the cornerstone of the current Osage City First Presbyterian Church, located at 202 S. Sixth St., was laid May 6, 1921, the church was originally founded in the city in 1871.

The current church is the third building erected by the congregation. The church was a unique design of the times. Accommodations included departmental work rooms for Sunday School, auditorium, lecture rooms, balcony, dining hall, all with hope of meeting the congregation’s needs for public worship for many years to come. Noted in the church’s history is that it cost $60,000 to build the church in 1921.

The church will celebrate its 150th anniversary at a later date.

Weekly church services are held at 10:30 a.m. Sundays, and everyone is welcomed to the beautiful church.

Information and photo thanks to Linda Vandevord.

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