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Reply Kenneth Cota
3:36 PM on December 7, 2017 

Hello Timmy. I pray this reply finds you doing well. I was going to respond to you on my phone but that device does not always do what I want it to do. :) 

Reply TimmyWef
8:43 AM on December 7, 2017 
Reply Kevin Wolfe
3:42 PM on August 5, 2017 

Thank you for the church history and photographs. I occasionally attended church services with my grandmother Alida Wolf. I fondly recall the strawberry picnics on the church grounds that I attended with my parents, Harold and Mary Wolfe, and aunt and uncle, Dot (Wolf) Chevrier and Eugene Chevrier. I remember playing in the church while my uncle, Eugene Chevrier, was rewiring the church in the 1950s.

Reply Jim Angel
5:18 PM on January 30, 2015 

I invite you to watch this amazing movie:  The Longest

God Bless,  Jim

Reply Velma Buttcher -Witkowski
4:31 PM on October 8, 2014 

We will always remember the Little Church of Brunswick Garden's No. #1.  and the teacher Mrs.Gabb was teaching at the Brunswick Garden's No#1 Elementary School down the street across from Fry's Store. Lots of Memories and so many more....Nice work....

Reply Velma Buttcher-Witkowski
4:27 PM on October 8, 2014 

My Father 's Parents Charles Arthur Buttcher and Margaret Morse-Buttcher moved to Brunswick  Garden's in early 1900's. My father Albert was born in their family home in 1928. with 9 brother's and sister, Adelaide, Charlie, Albert,May Irene,Margie, Olive, Wynant, Charlotte, Robert, and one more were born to them . They moved here from New York City to have nice Country Air. Their home was on Green Street. Aunt May married Unlce Bing (Arthur) Kryzwecki, moved into Baum's Boarding House. Dad went to the 2 room Brunswick Garden's Elementary  School and then to Willis School. Mr. Miller became principal after he taught there. We all went to Brunswick Garden's No.1 across from Fry's General Store with Anna and Joh Fryzowitz and proprietors and their two sons, Travis and Joey.  My Uncle Bob and Aunt Charlotte graduated from the Confirmation Class with Randolph Ginman. His niece Arlene Gettings and family are still alive today. In third grade we all went over there for the Annual Strawberry Festival. We loved it. Dottie Wolf married Mr. Gene Chevier and Betty Ivany married Rev. Even Williams and they built Camp Bethel on Green Street for inner city children to have a good time. Rev. Whiteman and Mrs. Whiteman lived there and Rev. Willliams went on to Preach at the then Changed to Union Bible Church....Every October we had the Church Anniversary and Mrs. Pat Pierson brings pictures of the Pearson home. My husband adn I held Bible Studies in our Homes as did Kathy Hammond, Georgie and John Magal and Annette and Richard Marciante, also Rev. Evens wife Betty Williams held Bible Studies in their home as well.  I was a Sunday School Teacher there and so was Steven Nash before he married Pamela Dutton.  He is now a Minister in Hillsborough.NJ. My Aunts and Uncles have all passed away but, the memories still live on.  The addition was put on and Pastor Robert S. Turton III came in When Rev. Williams was there with his wife. He came in under the American Rescue Workers and was ordained from Zaraphath Bible College in Zaraphath, NJ. The Church will celebrate it 100 Birthday soon.  A Reunion is planned with Pastor Robert  J. Pacio Presiding and wife Lynn. Many member will enjoy this event. We had plays and Chorus singers, a large Choir was there years ago. The had Christmas Events and Easter plays with the Children around the Block.  We lived on Green Street. The Quackenbush family lived across from Baum's then in turned into an Inn and then it burned down and is now a row of houses there.   Marian Kosner and family lived there on Marlboro Road down the street. She was in the Ladies Aiid near Adelaide Boyce who was a Sunday School Teacher. My Cousin Shirley , Margie's daughter lived there with my Uncle Pat. The then moved to Monroe Township where my Grandparents lived Charlotte and Otto Rabe....My father married Ruth Rabe, my mother and we had 6 children. I was born in the Middle... the Church had a Fellowship Hall built on when Rev. Turton came in and a woman Preacher by the name of  Rev. Joan and Larry Sanislo and Pastor Allen as well as many more...

Reply unionbiblechurch
4:40 PM on November 30, 2013 

We would love to have you visit us. There is always room for more people. :)

Reply Pastor Ed Burns
3:41 PM on November 30, 2013 

Gods Grace and peace to you all. I've met with Pastor Bob Turton of the Gospel Mission Corp, and have volunteered to preach at Fresh Ponds Chapel. That's how I've come to be aware of your "Little Country Church". Looks to be a warm , welcoming House of God. Great history ! My wife and I would like very much to visit sometime in the future.


Pastor Ed

Reply keijo
3:57 AM on July 23, 2012 

Gentle  greeting with many touch of blessing over your life in faith and in grace wiht the HOly Spirits power and trusting to Jesus blood are so import today in peace,thanks and bless and joy,keijo sweden

Reply unionbiblechurch
7:55 PM on May 1, 2011 

Thank you so much for coming today. My back is feeling better already and I thank you for giving it the healing boost that it needed. I am so happy that you had a great time. Having you both in the service made this Sunday even better than before.