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presbyterian churches in Lockport, NY

North Presbyterian Church Of N T 168 Payne Ave,  North Tonawanda, NY  
North Presbyterian Church 300 N Forest Rd,  Buffalo, NY  

followers of Jesus called together in faith, hope, and love (by North Church) more

Curtis Park United Presbyterian Church 748 Woodland Dr,  Buffalo, NY  
Riverside Presbyterian Church 815 84th St,  Niagara Falls, NY  
Heartland Bible Church 8110 West Ave,  Gasport, NY  

First Presbyterian Church

21 Church St,  Lockport, NY   map

Hospitality Restaurant Group

6218 Corwin Rd,  Lockport, NY   map

Rapids Bible

7209 Rapids Rd,  Lockport, NY   map

Ridgewood Bible Church

7071 Ridge Rd,  Lockport, NY   map

Ridgewood Bible Church, helping people know and follow Jesus together. more

New Hope Korean Presbyter

6969 Strickler Rd,  Clarence Center, NY   map

First Presbyterian Church

149 Broad St,  Tonawanda, NY   map

Amherst Presbyterian Church

151 S Youngs Rd,  Buffalo, NY   map

Colonial Village Presbyterian Church

4813 Kline Rd,  Niagara Falls, NY   map

Third Presbyterian Church

110 Felton St,  North Tonawanda, NY   map

First Presbyterian Church

9675 Main St,  Clarence, NY   map


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