Zion Oakfield UCC
The following records from this congregation are available:
Confirmations from 1880 to 1932
Marriages from 1880 to 1893 and 1895 to 1972
StLGS is following state guidelines for privacy wherever possible. Births/baptisms online must be at least one hundred years old; confirmations eighty-six years old; marriages forty-five years old; and deaths fifty years old. Additional indexed data from these records is available; please come to the StLGS office to view it. As privacy limits permit, society volunteers will post additional data online.
Established in 1878; still active in 2018
425 Old Manchester Road
This little country church is actually just about a half mile over the St. Louis County line in Pacific, Franklin County. Founded by German immigrants farming in the rural area, the church served as a center of social and spiritual life for hard-working families. Traveling ministers served the small congregation until they built a one-room frame church in the spring of 1879. The church was built on a hill and contained the one element required by the community, a bell to call them to worship. That building, with some additions, is still in use. The first baptism occurred in October of that year; the first marriage in January 1880 and the first death just a week later. The building has electricity but no plumbing. A nineteenth-century parsonage across the road has been modernized and serves as a hall for church functions and a place to hold Sunday school classes.
Address: 425 Old Manchester Road, Pacific, Missouri 63069
Location: 38.5344624,-90.7446061 View Map