The Historical Society of the Susquehanna Conference promotes the study of the history of The Susquehanna
Conference of The United Methodist Church and its predecessor bodies. The Society also serves to resource local
churches in the preservation and dissemination of their particular histories. It works with the Conference Commission
on Archives and History in collecting and preserving documents, artifacts, stories and other data relating to the
organization and history of the Annual Conference and its local churches.
With the support of the Conference Commission on Archives and History, the Historical Society annually publishes
its journal, The Chronicle. Single copies of The Chronicle are provided without cost to the Society’s membership and to
each pastoral charge in the Annual Conference. The Chronicle is also available for purchase by others through the
Conference Archives and History table at the meeting of the Annual Conference.
The Historical Society remains committed to providing all its publications and events without additional cost to
members. It likewise remains committed to resourcing all interested parties in the study of the history of Susquehanna
Conference. Interested in becoming a member and supporting the work of the Society? See the Contact page for membership information.