Indian Castle Church
Box #172
Little Falls, NY 13365

Located on Route 5 S
3 Mi. East of NY Thruway exit 29A

Contact Person: Eileen Warner
(315) 823-2099

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Events for 2013

PATROTS DAY: Saturday May 18, at 11 AM. Everyone is welcomed to attlend.

THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Indian Castle Church Restoration and Preservation Society will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 10 AM at the Indian Castle Church.  Membership is $5.00 per person or $50 for a lifetime membership.  New members are welcomed.

REDMEN Service: The Redmen will be holding their annual service at the church on Father's Day, Sunday June 16 at 11 A.M.  Everyone is welcomed to attend.

CHURCH Services: There will be church services held on all Sundays in the month of August 2013.  Everyone is welcomed to attend.

FALL Dance: Check back for date and details or call the above number or check the church bulletin board.

If you are unable to attend the annual meeting and would like to become a member or renew your membership, please send your check to the above addres.

Indian Castle Church with a special display of daisies, June 10, 2008.
Once a year, the churchyard blooms with a breath-taking display of daisies.
Click on the thumbnails below for a larger view. 
The daisies are so thick they almost look like a blanket of snow from a distance.


Below photos are by Allan G. Edmunds.

Built in 1769 by Sir William Johnson, Commissioner of Indian Affairs.

Owned and maintained by the Indian Castle Church Restoration and Preservation Society. The small, simple, but elegant, 239 year old church rests on a gentle knoll with a background of pine trees, and old tombstones. The white church has long kept watch over Mohawk Valley travelers and the church can be easily seen from the New York State Thruway.

The bell tower holds the original bell purchased for the pleasure of the Indians by Sir William Johnson. After the war, the Indians tried to retrive what they considered to be their bell but the clapper sounded the alarm and the neighborhood responded. The bell still resides in the bell tower, the fire in 1979 that nearly destroyed the church, left the bell still in the bell tower. The roof held, the steeple held, the church stood, and was eventually repaired.

Letter of appeal concerning urgent repairs to the church.

Photo of Indian Castle Church during the winter of 2004.

Weddings at Indian Castle Church

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