Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Historic Warrior Run Church and the Hower-Slote house are not open for tours.  The church cemetery and grounds are open.


The Easter dawn service on Sunday, April 12, 2020 is cancelled.


The April 28, 2020 Annual Membership dinner is cancelled.


Refer to this website for updates on the June 14 Strawberry Festival!



Founded in 1978, Warrior Run-Fort Freeland Heritage Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history and heritage of the Warrior Run area. We accomplish this through annual events and ongoing activities, including:

Warrior Run Church
Oversight and maintenance of the
Warrior Run Church, buildings, cemetery and grounds.
Hower-Slote House
Restoration and management of the
historic Hower-Slote House and Farm.
Display of Artifacts
Collection and preservation of objects
made and used by settlers of the area and a research library.
Redware Plate
Encouraging the preservation of the crafts
once practiced in the Warrior Run area.


9 x 13 Non-stick pan & cranberry lid $40.00
9 x 9 Traditional pan & green lid $32.00
9” Pie pan & blue lid $30.00


Featured Memorabilia

Many titles from Wennawoods Publishing.    If need mailed, applicable shipping rates are additional cost. All books priced at $10 each.            Available Titles: Brulé’s Discoveries and Explorations 1610-1626 Captured by the Indians:  The Seldom Told Stories of Horatio Jones and the Benjamin Gilbert Family Chief Logan:  An Anthology Clark Manuscripts:  Aboriginal History of […]