“The property at 102 Brook Street, now known as Fidelia Hall, was purchased by Haley and Justin Hoenke in July 2016. Prior to becoming Fidelia Hall, the property was known as St. Paul’s German Reformed Church, St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, and Faith Temple Church.
Fidelia Hall was founded in 2015 when Haley and Justin Hoenke decided to move back to Crawford County Pennsylvania, the place where they had originally met in 2005.What made the move even more enticing was the opportunity to purchase the old St. Paul’s Church in Titusville, PA. This location, which also included the church’s former rectory, presented Haley & Justin with a unique situation: a location that allowed them to not only raise their family together but also a space to develop a community center that provides people with a platform to express their creativity.”
To see photos of the progress that was made at Fidelia Hall since July 2015, check out these photo albums.
House and church for sale. These two buildings are sold as one. If you have further interest in its history, the owners have provided information that can be shared.
The home is being sold in mid renovation and features 4 Bdrms & 2 Baths The lower level features hardwood floors and spacious rooms and could be renovated for first floor living. The 2nd fl bath was renovated in 2015 & has a W&D hook up and 4 more bedrooms.
Once a church, and later renamed Fidelia Hall after one of the original owners, the building features both a lower level apartment with open floor plan and the space has been restored with hardwood floors, updated electricity, updated water/sewage plumbing, and a new furnace in 2017. Original tin ceilings have been restored and add lots of appeal.
The upstairs of the church boasts a one of a kind pipe organ installed in 1895 and a bell that was crafted from a cannon sent over to Titusville, PA from Emperor Wihelm I of Germany in the 1880’s. The property is being sold AS IS .