United Methodist Church
85 Hickory Ridge Rd.
Fairmount City, PA. 16224
Leasure Run United Methodist Church
The Leasure Run Methodist Church was organized in 1896. Located along Route 66, south of Clarion, the Leasure Run area was named in memory of Mr. Leasure, who drowned in the run and was buried near its waters.
Early church services were held in the Sayers schoolhouse, that was located a short distance from where the present church is located.
The Leasure Run Church was originally part of the Methodist Episcopal, Erie Conference. When the congregation became organized it became a preaching point on the Washington Circuit.
Land for the new church to be built on was donated by Allen Space. The innocent church location in Redbank Township was called the “Half Acre Church” because a half-acre of ground was given to erect it on. Some bloody and notorious fights