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Philip William Otterbein

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Dutch Reformed Church

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Dutch Reformed Church

P.O. Box 206

Newburgh, New York,12551

United States

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Phillip Otterbein, a Philip Otterbein was a minister of the German Reformed Church who served German settlers in Pennsylvania and later in Baltimore. The 2 men met in 1767 at a revival meeting in Lancaster, PA. After Boehm's sermon, Otterbein embraced Boehm, and said "We are brethren."


Otterbein United Methodist Church

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However, prior to speaking of the "Red School House" and the "Wise School House" it would be helpful to know about the man Philip W. Otterbein - a young minister from Germany.
Sailing to New York in 1752, Philip Otterbein came to America as a missionary to the German Reformed immigrants in Pennsylvania. After being assigned to the Reformed Church in Lancaster he later served as pastor of the German Reformed Church in Frederick, Maryland; York, Pennsylvania; and in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1765 while attending "a Big Meeting" (revival) held in the Isaac Long barn near Lancaster he was inspired by a Mennonite reverend - Martin Boehm. This marked the beginning of a lasting friendship. In 1789 Philip Otterbein and Martin Boehm, along with several others, held a conference that resulted in the founding of what would be called the United Brethren in Christ Church. In 1800 Philip Otterbein and Martin Boehm were elected as the first bishops of this new "American born" denomination.


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Together with Philip William Otterbein, Reformed Church pastor; Methodist preacher Jacob Albright, and Martin Boehm, Asbury created the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1784, and became one of its first bishops.


Look to the Rock From Which You Were Hewn… - GCAH

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One of the decisive factors in the eventual formation of the United Brethren in Christ occurred when Philip William Otterbein met Martin Boehm in Isaac Long's Barn in Lancaster County.
At the end of Boehm's sermon, Otterbein went forward, embraced Boehm and exclaimed, "Wir sind Brüder! Nine years later, Martin Boehm was elected a bishop of the newly formed United Brethren in Christ, along with Philip William Otterbein, pastor of the German Evangelical Reform Church in Baltimore. The followers of Jacob Albright, Philip William Otterbein, and Martin Boehm came together in 1946 when the Evangelical Church and the United Brethren in Christ united to for the Evangelical United Brethren.


Philip Otterbein - GCAH

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Home / UMC History / Biographies / Clergy Bio / Philip Otterbein
Philip Otterbein Bishop Otterbein was a German-American clergyman and founder of the United Brethren in Christ. After pastoral work in Germany, he came to America in 1752 as a missionary of the German Reformed Church to the wayward "Dutch" in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.


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