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Community Center at the Fellowship House

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Community Center at the Fellowship House Update 

What Does the Conshohocken Community Center Offer?

Multipurpose Room

  • Volleyball
  • Basketball (retractable baskets reach 6 feet for youths)
  • Kitchen with stove, oven and refrigerator
  • Space can be rented out for parties. See Rental Policies for more information


  • Basketball
  • Volleyball

Fitness Room

  • Equipped with seven cardio machines
  • Dumbbells ranging from 5lbs to 50lbs
  • 4 Machines designated for arms
  • 4 machines designated for legs
  • 2 roman chairs
  • Medicine balls

Group Exercise Room

  • Utilized for yoga, Pilates, Spin classes and general stretching

Activity Space

  • 1 pool table
  • 1 ping-pong table
  • 1 fooseball table
  • Main gathering area used for group meetings or programs

Meeting Room

  • Classroom sized room perfect for small meetings, music classes, small birthdays, and more.


In 1949, The Conshohocken Borough Leaders held what was termed "Juvenile Town Council Week". As part of the week-long proceedings, The Juvenile Town Council attended the monthly meeting and expressed the need in the borough for a youth center. The boys and girls from the Juvenile Council expressed an urgent need for the center as a combatant against juvenile delinquency in the borough.

In March of 1952, major action was taken to the project off the ground. In April of 1952, Harvey S. Walker was elected President of the Executive Board and directed the project from its operation in the year 1953. The original concept of the Fellowship House was to provide a program that would be of interest to the youth an assist the younger generation in helping the Conshohocken Community.

The Fellowship House was financed and built by the industries and businesses that made Conshohocken (Lee Tire & Rubber, Walker Brothers, Quaker Chemical, Alan Wood Steel and others). The Fellowship House has evolved into an institution that Conshohocken residents can be proud of.


Borough Administration
400 Fayette Street, Suite 200
Conshohocken, PA 19428

Phone: (610) 828-1092
Fax: (610) 828-0920

Phone: (610) 828-4032
Emergency: 911
Fax: (610) 828-5243


Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Police (Non-Emergency)
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.