Long River United Church was built in 1928. Percy Tanton architect and Rutherford Cotton contractor.
Long River Presbyterian Church was built in 1874, George Baker was the architect and Mr. Dempsey, Summerside, was the contractor. Andrew MacLeod, Irishtown, was one of the carpenters. A large tea party was held in Robert Johnstone's field, now owned by David Black to raise money for the new church. At a Sunday morning service about 1890 the minister gave out the announcements for the coming week but forgot to mention taking up the collection which in those days meant mostly cents; announced the closing hymn with still no mention of collection, this was too much for the old treasurer sitting up in the side seats by the pulpit. He waved his arm and said — "say mister you forgot to take up the census."