United Church of Christ, Neillsville, Pine Valley, Wisconsin

(Formerly the Congregational/Evangelical & Reformed Church)


The Congregational Church of Neillsville--organized in 1891. 

There were 33 original members including family names of Hart, Deutsch, Chambers, Ackerman, Brown, Williams, Weinberger and Condit.  Construction of the church building was completed in 1893.  The above photo was taken on the 50th anniversary of the congregation, 1941.  Located on the northwest corner of Fifth and West Street, in Neillsville, the church building was razed circa 1970 with the site presently being occupied by Mid-Wisconsin Bank.


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January 1930
The Reformed Church on the corner of Clay and Fifth Streets is now equipped with a new bell. Its clear notes rang across the frosty air Sunday for the first time. A bell fund has been accumulating in the church treasury for some time and by the liberality of a few persons, some local and some at a distance, enough money to purchase the bell was finally secured.  It weighs half a ton and was hoisted into the belfry Saturday by Fred Stelloh, Conrad Stelloh and George Frantz, by means of ropes and pulleys. After getting the b ell up in place they built a secure platform under it.  The bell is of fine tone and has tone of F.  The church, which was built in the early nineties by the Unitarian Society, never had a bell.  Since the purchase of the church edifice by the Reformed congregation many improvements have been made and a fine parsonage erected close to the church.  Source: January 19, 2000, Page 24.


Related Links


2008 Renovation Project.

Obit: Crissinger, Burdean H. (1909 - 2002)--Merger committee member which helped to form the Congregational Church of Neillsville.

Church: Neillsville-- 1st Congregational Razed

United Church of Christ 50 year Anniversary Plans

United Church of Christ 50 year Anniversary

Mohr retiring after serving 10 years at UCC (1 Dec. 2010)

Olson helps congregation build community at UCC (11 May 2011)



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