Our Church History
The wooden frame structure of the church symbolizes an American icon. It is a white, wooden frame sanctuary with a stylized front stained glass window and a tall spire with a clear sounding church bell. The church sits literally by the side of the road continuing to be a Christian witness in an ever changing area
The Cumberland Valley Railroad established the settlement at the turn of the century by building a rail station and telegraph office at the north to south railroad. The railroad named the spot Tablers Station after the Tabler family who were prominent land owners. A village sprang up around it. In 1910 , Tabler Presbyterian Church was built. The first pastor was Rev. John Rogers.
On Oct 30, 2010 the church celebrated its centennial year. In Jan 2010 the railroad decided to not maintain the railroad crossing at Tablers Station and closed the road.
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