10 responses to The Amish church directory

  • Meadow Heiman
    Comment on The Amish church directory (August 9th, 2007 at 08:44)

    Hi,
    Where did you obtain the 2002 Indiana Amish Directory. I have been trying to locate one.
    Thanks, Meadow

  • Thomas Stone
    Comment on The Amish church directory (July 13th, 2008 at 14:34)

    Hello I’m not sure who this is going to,but I would like to talk to someone about the amish church. First let me say I beleive in the theological principiles and beliefs of the amish church. I grew up in a freewill baptist and nazarene church and heard mennonite preachers that came threw town.I grew up in california and now live in Seattle.I would like to learn more about the amish church and their life and really talk to someone who is actually amish to learn more.My e-mail is centralvalley31@yahoo.com if you could spare the time to talk to me I would very much appreciate it. Thank you Thomas

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  • sarah miller
    Comment on The Amish church directory (November 3rd, 2008 at 11:13)

    Could you please tell me where I can purchase directories? Is there a phone number one can call? Thank you very much.

  • Joseph
    Comment on The Amish church directory (September 21st, 2009 at 09:20)

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  • Nelson
    Comment on The Amish church directory (February 13th, 2011 at 21:18)

    If you want Amish Church Directories call Abana Books at 330-674-7679 , leave your name and number to call back or call during regular business hours

  • Comment on The Amish church directory (February 7th, 2013 at 01:14)

    RE: Adams County Indiana, Eli Cobelentz's Side

    Is there an Online directory? And if not…Hmmm…I just wanted to see what family is still around, Sam N. Schwartz’s, Sammy, Lydianne, Amos, and the Hilty’s down the road, Rt one box 170, Bryant Indiana…are there stil any amish there?
    -Ethan

    • There is no online directory Ethan but the Adams County Amish settlement continues to grow and is around 50 churches now, so there are probably even more Amish in the area you describe.

      And “Schwartz” is like the Adams County version of Lancaster County’s “Stoltzfus”…actually even more extreme, almost half the Amish there have Schwartz for a last name :)

  • Comment on The Amish church directory (November 11th, 2013 at 16:50)

    Surname: App

    I am writing a historical fiction based on a true true event that happened in Stark County, Ohio about 100 years ago. Stark County is adjacent to Holmes County and other strong Amish and Mennonite settlements. The name Mr. S. L. App pops up in my research. I could rationalize that Mr. App’s name was Lapp and misspelled.

    I also have a practicing Court of Common Pleas Judge Ake whose last name confuses me. Would it have been too odd for an Amish man to be a judge in 1914?

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  • elisa
    Comment on The Amish church directory (April 28th, 2012 at 15:32)

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    Just thought you may want to know the Amish do not use mode
    n technologies ….especially the internet!

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