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High Street Park
E High St & Easton Rd, Hellertown, PA 18055
High Street Park is a quiet neighborhood park located at the intersection of Easton Road and East High Street inMore Hellertown. The park features playground equipment, a picnic table, sitting areas and mature shade trees. The children's play area includes a seesaw, bucket seat swings and flat seat swings.
St Theresa's Rectory
1408 Easton Rd, Hellertown, PA 18055
The Rectory for St. Theresa's of the Child Jesus, on Easton Road in Hellertown, is the main office for the parish andMore the residence of the priests. St. Theresa's is a Roman Catholic church and Catholic school and is affiliated with the Diocese of Allentown.
St. Theresa of the Child Jesus
1408 Easton Rd, Hellertown, PA 18055
St. Theresa of the Child Jesus, located on Easton Road in Hellertown, is a Roman Catholic church and part of theMore Allentown Diocese. Founded in 1925, St. Theresa's offers children's programs, a Catholic school and a choir. There is also a rectory attached to the church. For complete information regarding current programs and services, consult the church's website.
Gregory Park
3rd Ave & Easton Rd, Hellertown, PA 18055
Gregory Park is a triangular neighborhood park located at the intersection of Third Avenue and Easton Road inMore Hellertown. The park's features include a basketball court, playground equipment and benches. Mature shade trees make Gregory Park a pleasant place to meet friends or spend quiet time on a sunny afternoon. A memorial plaque at the entrance to the park is dedicated to Harry B. Gregory, for whom Gregory Park is named. Harry B. Gregory was a borough councilman in Hellertown from 1950 to 1973.
St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church
20 Church Rd, Hellertown, PA 18055
St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hellertown can be found on Church Road off of Easton Road. St. Luke's has aMore weekly Sunday sermon and religious school to spread the teachings of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. The Old Williams Church and Cemetery, where St. Luke's now stands, was erected in 1736, and the original cemetery still remains.