All Saints Episcopal
All Saints Church was built in 1899, through the financial support of Mary Kittera Snyder, granddaughter of Simon Snyder, Pennsylvania’s third governor. Miss Snyder was a woman of strong faith. It was her vision to build an Episcopal Church for her community, and to the glory of God, in which the sacraments would be celebrated according to the Book of Common Prayer. Unfortunately, the first service performed in the church was Miss Snyder’s funeral, on July 30, 1900. However, Miss Snyder’s faith and commitment to God lives on through the members of All Saints’ congregation today.
Hours of operation: Monday & Wednesday 9am-3pm, Sundays 10am-12pm
129 North Market St.
Selinsgrove, PA 17870