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Licking Baptist Church in Hebron, Ohio

There are a number of Baptist churches that are spread out all over the county. The Licking Baptist Church in Hebron was founded on August 22nd, 1807 and holds the honor of being the oldest constituted church still active in the county. The next baptist church followed shortly after in September 1808 when the Particular Baptist Church of Granville was organized, later renamed Welsh Hills Baptist Church, which founded the cemetery of the same name. [1]

  • Alexandria Baptist Church, Alexandria
  • Bethel Baptist Church, Pataskala
  • Bible Baptist Church, Newark
  • Crossroads Baptist Church, Newark
  • First Baptist Church of Newark, Newark
  • First Baptist Church of Heath, Heath
  • Jersey Baptist Church, Pataskala
  • Johnstown Baptist Church, Johnstown
  • Licking Baptist Church
  • Newark Baptist Temple, Newark
  • Northside Baptist Church, Newark
  • Second Baptist Church, Newark
  • Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, Newark
  • Spring Hills Baptist Church, Granville
  • Welsh Hills Baptist Church, Granville [2]

References

  1. Church and Family History Research Assistance for Licking County, Ohio. (2004). Licking County Genealogical Society, Newark, Ohio.
  2. Folder Baptist Churches, Local History Vertical File, Licking County Library, Newark, Ohio.