The Methodist, Baptist, and Congregational churches combined in 1921 to form the Federated Church of Dover, Kansas. The Church was called "federated" after the act of uniting on common agreement. The churches came together on a Covenant of eight doctrines of basic, essential Christian faith. A quote in the Topeka Daily Capital attributed to Mr. Tabor described the union in this way, "In essentials, unity; in opinions, liberty; in all things, love."
Today, the Dover Federated Church is a non-denominational community church that is God fearing, Jesus loving, Bible believing, and hymn singing. We are rooted in faith, family and fellowship!