Old Zionsville United Church of Christ 5981 Fountain Hill Road, Old Zionsville, PA18068 Hard to resist the temptation of attending a church that assures you to come as you are, no matter who you are, or where…More you are on life's journey. Old Zionsville UCC promises to be your welcoming spiritual home. The church also will be happy to hold your wedding, even if you are not a member. The church offers a youth ministry as well as a puppet ministry. The congregation, which started in a log cabin in the 18th century, celebrated the 100th anniversary of its current church building in 2010. Another way Old Zionsville describes its mission: A church built firmly in the past with a strong foundation in Jesus Christ.
Old Zionsville Post Office 5831 Kings Hwy S, Zionsville, PA18092 If you thought the village post office was just something your great grandparents fondly talked about, you've not been…More to the bustling little post office in the village of Old Zionsville. The U.S. post office currently is the only occupant of the south end of the former Upper Milford Township municipal building, which is where it's been since the building opened in 1971. The post office is at the intersection of Kings Highway and Churchview Road, with the entrance facing Churchview. Sorry no pot-bellied stove or checker board waiting to be played.
Upper Milford Western District Fire Co. No. 1 6341 Chestnut St, Zionsville, PA18092 Just as Upper Milford's other fire company is simply known as Vera Cruz, this one is called Old Zionsville. Its…More volunteer firefighters respond to about 115 calls a year in the western part of the township. It is located along Routes 29/100 just south of Old Zionsville. The fire chief is Joseph Kernick. Up to 250 people come to the fire station the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an all-you-can eat breakfast buffet, including eggs made to order. It's one of the company's major fund raisers. The station is currently seeking new recruits.
Upper Milford Mennonite Church Kings Highway and Geissinger Road, Old Zionsville, PA18092 This handsome brick church without a steeple was built in 1877, but the congregation dates back to 1740, as noted by a…More stone marker on the property. Initially, all services were in German. The first English services began in 1909. German services were discontinued in 1930.