List of Methodist churches in the United States

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This is a list of Methodist churches in the United States. It includes notable churches either where a church means a congregation or where a church means a building. It also includes campgrounds and conference centers and retreats that are significant Methodist gathering places, including a number of historic sites of camp meetings. Methodism was founded with a large component being a rejection of past churches and was developed by John Wesley and others in large open-air gatherings in Great Britain. In the United States, Methodists (along with Baptists and other Protestants) were major participants in the Second Great Awakening wherein people would travel from a large area to a particular site to camp out, listen to itinerant preachers, and pray. The list also includes selected notable Methodist theological buildings.

1850 U.S. Census map of Methodist churches

In the United States, numerous Methodist churches are listed on the National Register of Historic Places[1] and on state and local historic registers, many reflecting the values of plainness, of Gothic architecture, of simple adornment. The Greek Revival style is also simple and came to be adopted for numerous American Methodist churches.

Selected salient ones[edit]

Several, selected significant Methodist churches in the U.S. are:

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Barratt's Chapel Old Barratt's Chapel (Methodist), Route 113, Frederica vicinity (Kent County, Delaware).jpg 1780 built
1972 NRHP-listed

39°1′28.6″N 75°27′34.36″W / 39.024611°N 75.4595444°W / 39.024611; -75.4595444 (Barratt's Chapel)
Frederica, Delaware "Cradle of Methodism", where Methodism first took hold in the United States in 1784
Lovely Lane United Methodist Church First Methodist Episcopal Church (Lovely Lane United Methodist Church).jpg 1884 built
1973 NRHP-listed

39°18′52″N 76°36′57″W / 39.31444°N 76.61583°W / 39.31444; -76.61583 (Lovely Lane United Methodist Church)
Baltimore, Maryland Romanesque Revival style, known as the Mother Church of American Methodism
St. George's United Methodist Church Philadelphia StGeorgesUMC from West.jpg 1767 built
1971 NRHP-listed

39°57′17.9″N 75°8′46.82″W / 39.954972°N 75.1463389°W / 39.954972; -75.1463389 (St. George's United Methodist Church)
Philadelphia The oldest Methodist church worship in continuous use in the United States.[2]
Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church MotherBethelAMEChurchPhila1.jpg 1794 built
1972 NRHP-listed

39°56′35″N 75°9′9″W / 39.94306°N 75.15250°W / 39.94306; -75.15250 (Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Philadelphia Romanesque style, The founding church of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.[3]

Other U.S. significant Methodist churches: (by state then city or town)

Alabama[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Saint Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church 1888 built
1985 NRHP-listed
1327 Leighton Avenue
33°39′40″N 85°49′29″W / 33.66111°N 85.82472°W / 33.66111; -85.82472 (Saint Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church)
Anniston, Alabama Gothic Revival
First United Methodist Church First UMC Birmingham Nov 2011.jpg 1872 founded
1891 built
1982 NRHP-listed
6th Avenue North and 19th Street
33°31′5″N 86°48′38″W / 33.51806°N 86.81056°W / 33.51806; -86.81056 (First United Methodist Church (Birmingham, Alabama))
Birmingham, Alabama Richardsonian Romanesque
St. Luke AME Zion Church 2005 NRHP-listed 3937 12th Ave. N33°32′40″N 86°46′51″W / 33.54444°N 86.78083°W / 33.54444; -86.78083 (St. Luke AME Zion Church) Birmingham, Alabama Significant in civil rights in 1962; Gothic Revival
Julia Street Memorial United Methodist Church Julia Street Memorial United Methodist Church; Boaz, Alabama.JPG built
1999 NRHP-listed
302 Thomas Ave.
34°12′3″N 86°9′43″W / 34.20083°N 86.16194°W / 34.20083; -86.16194 (Julia Street Memorial United Methodist Church)
Boaz, Alabama Classical Revival
Old Methodist Church (Daphne, Alabama) Old Methodist Church Daphne Sept 2012 02.jpg 1858 built
1980 NRHP-listed
1608 Old County Road
30°36′6″N 87°54′31″W / 30.60167°N 87.90861°W / 30.60167; -87.90861 (Old Methodist Church (Daphne, Alabama))
Daphne, Alabama This Greek Revival church building is one of the oldest surviving buildings in the city and now serves as a history museum.
Eufaula First United Methodist Church 2011.05.21.074604 United Methodist Church Eufaula Alabama USA.jpg 1834 founded
1917 built
101 East Barbour Street
31°53′28″N 85°8′43″W / 31.89111°N 85.14528°W / 31.89111; -85.14528 (Eufaula First United Methodist Church)
Eufaula, Alabama
Lebanon Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Fairhope, Alabama
Twin Beach AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Fairhope, Alabama
Gainestown Methodist Church Gainestown Methodist Church 02.JPG 1911 built
1999 NRHP-listed
Walker Springs Road
31°26′31″N 87°41′40″W / 31.44194°N 87.69444°W / 31.44194; -87.69444 (Gainestown Methodist Church)
Gainestown, Alabama
Oakey Streak Methodist Episcopal Church 1875 built
1980 NRHP-listed
31°33′8″N 86°32′13″W / 31.55222°N 86.53694°W / 31.55222; -86.53694 (Oakey Streak Methodist Episcopal Church) Greenville, Alabama Gothic
Uchee Methodist Church Uchee Methodist Church Hatchechubbee AL.JPG built
NRHP-listed
32°21′11″N 85°19′53″W / 32.35306°N 85.33139°W / 32.35306; -85.33139 (Uchee Methodist Church) Hatchechubbee, Alabama Greek Revival
First United Methodist Church First Methodist Church of Jasper 02.jpg 1833 founded
1921 built
1985 NRHP-listed
1800 3rd Avenue
33°50′0″N 87°16′40″W / 33.83333°N 87.27778°W / 33.83333; -87.27778 (First United Methodist Church (Jasper, Alabama))
Jasper, Alabama Beaux Arts style
Latham United Methodist Church 1906 built
1988 NRHP-listed
E side Hwy. 59
31°5′54″N 87°49′51″W / 31.09833°N 87.83083°W / 31.09833; -87.83083 (Latham United Methodist Church)
Latham, Alabama Late Gothic Revival
Shady Grove Methodist Church and Cemetery Shady Grove Methodist Church.JPG 1892 built
2002 NRHP-listed
34°8′29″N 87°2′8″W / 34.14139°N 87.03556°W / 34.14139; -87.03556 (Shady Grove Methodist Church and Cemetery) Logan, Alabama Gothic Revival
Andrews Chapel Andrews Chapel McIntosh Alabama.jpg 1860 built
1974 NRHP-listed[1]
U.S. Highway 43
31°15′51″N 88°1′46″W / 31.26417°N 88.02944°W / 31.26417; -88.02944 (Andrews Chapel (McIntosh, Alabama))
McIntosh, Alabama Squared-log building, one of only a few surviving log churches in Alabama. Named for James Osgood Andrew, a bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.[4]
Emanuel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Mobile, Alabama
St. Francis Street Methodist Church 15 Joachim Street St. Francis Street Methodist Mobile AL.JPG 1896 built
1984 NRHP-listed
15 Joachim Street
30°41′30″N 88°2′40″W / 30.69167°N 88.04444°W / 30.69167; -88.04444 (St. Francis Street Methodist Church)
Mobile, Alabama Late Victorian
State Street A.M.E. Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Mobile, Alabama
Old Ship African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Old Ship AME Apr2009 01.jpg 1918 built
1976 ARLH-listed
1991 NRHP-listed
483 Holcombe Street
32°22′17″N 86°18′42″W / 32.37139°N 86.31167°W / 32.37139; -86.31167 (Old Ship African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church)
Montgomery, Alabama This Neoclassical-style church building houses the oldest African American church congregation in Montgomery, established in 1852.
Mount Sterling Methodist Church Mount Sterling Methodist Church at Mt. Sterling, AL.jpg 1859 built
1986 NRHP-listed
Junction of county roads 43 and 27
32°5′28″N 88°9′49″W / 32.09111°N 88.16361°W / 32.09111; -88.16361 (Mount Sterling Methodist Church)
Mount Sterling, Alabama One-story, simple Greek Revival-style, used as a church from 1859 to 1970s. Restored by local historical society over 15 years to serve now as a community hall.[5]
New Market United Methodist Church New Market Methodist Church Feb 2012 02.jpg built
NRHP-listed
New Market, Alabama
Robinson Springs United Methodist Church Robinson Springs Methodist Church March 2010 01.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Robinson Springs, Alabama
St. Luke AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Birmingham, Alabama
Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church Brown Chapel AME.jpg 1908 built
1976 ARLH-listed
1982 NRHP-listed
1997 NHL-designated
410 Martin Luther King Jr. Street
32°24′44″N 87°0′58″W / 32.41222°N 87.01611°W / 32.41222; -87.01611 (Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church)
Selma, Alabama Served as a starting point for the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965 and served as the meeting place and offices for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference during the Civil Rights Movement.
Spring Hill Methodist Church Spring Hill Methodist Church Alabama.JPG 1841 built
1996 NRHP-listed
Barbour County Road 89
32°4′48″N 85°20′21″W / 32.08000°N 85.33917°W / 32.08000; -85.33917 (Spring Hill Methodist Church)
Spring Hill, Alabama Greek Revival
Stockton Methodist Church Stockton United Methodist Church.jpg 1929 built
1988 NRHP-listed
Alabama State Route 59
31°0′57″N 87°51′11″W / 31.01583°N 87.85306°W / 31.01583; -87.85306 (Stockton Methodist Church)
Stockton, Alabama Neoclassical
Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.JPG 1957 built
1995 NRHP-listed
1002 N. Church St.
32°25′7″N 85°41′58″W / 32.41861°N 85.69944°W / 32.41861; -85.69944 (Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church)
Tuskegee, Alabama Late Gothic Revival
First United Methodist Church First Methodist Wetumpka Sept10 01.jpg 1854 built
1973 NRHP-listed
308 Tuskeena St.
32°32′25″N 86°12′12″W / 32.54028°N 86.20333°W / 32.54028; -86.20333 (First United Methodist Church (Wetumpka, Alabama))
Wetumpka, Alabama Greek Revival, Italianate
Butler Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Greenville, Alabama

Arizona[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Glendale Sanctuary 1928 built
2006 NRHP-listed
7102 N. 58th Dr.
33°32′24″N 112°11′4″W / 33.54000°N 112.18444°W / 33.54000; -112.18444 (First Methodist Episcopal Church of Glendale Sanctuary)
Glendale, Arizona Late Gothic Revival
Saint John's Methodist Episcopal Church 1917 built
1986 NRHP-listed

35°11′28″N 114°3′0″W / 35.19111°N 114.05000°W / 35.19111; -114.05000 (Saint John's Methodist Episcopal Church)
Kingman, Arizona Classical Revival architecture
Garfield Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Phoenix, Arizona
Moscow Methodist Church and Cemetery 1864 built
2006 NRHP-listed
33°46′42″N 93°22′0″W / 33.77833°N 93.36667°W / 33.77833; -93.36667 (Moscow Methodist Church and Cemetery) Prescott, Arizona Bungalow/craftsman
First Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage (Williams, Arizona) built
NRHP-listed
Williams, Arizona
Methodist Episcopal Church (Yuma, Arizona) built
NRHP-listed
Yuma, Arizona

Arkansas[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Bald Knob, Arkansas) 1992 NRHP-listed Jct. of Main and Center Sts.
35°18′40″N 91°34′4″W / 35.31111°N 91.56778°W / 35.31111; -91.56778 (Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Bald Knob, Arkansas))
Bald Knob, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival, Tudor Revival
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church 1882 built
1986 NRHP-listed
895 Oak St.35°46′20″N 91°38′14″W / 35.77222°N 91.63722°W / 35.77222; -91.63722 (Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Batesville, Arkansas)) Batesville, Arkansas
Bigelow Methodist Episcopal Church, South 1908 built
1996 NRHP-listed
W of Jct. of Volman and Emma Sts.34°59′57″N 92°37′49″W / 34.99917°N 92.63028°W / 34.99917; -92.63028 (Bigelow Methodist Episcopal Church, South) Bigelow, Arkansas Plain Traditional
Calico Rock Methodist Episcopal Church 1924 built
2007 NRHP-listed
101 W. 1st.36°7′16″N 92°8′36″W / 36.12111°N 92.14333°W / 36.12111; -92.14333 (Calico Rock Methodist Episcopal Church) Calico Rock, Arkansas Bungalow/craftsman, Colonial Revival
Two Bayou Methodist Church and Cemetery 1875 built
1998 NRHP-listed
33°32′42″N 92°57′44″W / 33.54500°N 92.96222°W / 33.54500; -92.96222 (Two Bayou Methodist Church and Cemetery) Camden, Arkansas Greek Revival
Camp Methodist Church 1878 built
1997 NRHP-listed
AK 9, approximately 6 mi. E of Salem
36°24′44″N 91°44′16″W / 36.41222°N 91.73778°W / 36.41222; -91.73778 (Camp Methodist Church)
Camp, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival, Plain Traditional
Mt. Zion Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Carthage, Arkansas
Frenchman's Mountain Methodist Episcopal Church-South and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Cato, Arkansas
Smyrna Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Center Hill, Arkansas
Clarendon Methodist-Episcopal Church South built
NRHP-listed
Clarendon, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Conway, Arkansas
Crossett Methodist Church 1949 built
2010 NRHP-listed
500 Main St.
33°7′50″N 91°57′42″W / 33.13056°N 91.96167°W / 33.13056; -91.96167 (Crossett Methodist Church)
Crossett, Arkansas Designed by John Parks Almand, has Late Gothic Revival, Tudor Revival
Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Dardanelle, Arkansas) built
NRHP-listed
Dardanelle, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church 1923 built
1992 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Jefferson and Cross Sts.
34°17′42″N 91°20′16″W / 34.29500°N 91.33778°W / 34.29500; -91.33778 (First United Methodist Church (DeWitt, Arkansas))
DeWitt, Arkansas Classical Revival, designed by Thompson & Harding
Emmet Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Emmet, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church 1925 built
1983 NRHP-listed
E. 4th and Spring Sts.33°48′51″N 92°24′44″W / 33.81417°N 92.41222°W / 33.81417; -92.41222 (First United Methodist Church) Fordyce, Arkansas Designed by John Parks Almand
Dodson Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Fort Smith, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Forrest City, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Hamburg, Arkansas
Houston Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Houston, Arkansas
Imboden Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Imboden, Arkansas
Mt. Carmel Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Jacinto, Arkansas
First Methodist Church (Lewisville, Arkansas) built
NRHP-listed
Lewisville, Arkansas
St. Mary's AME Church-Pocahontas Colored School built
NRHP-listed
Pocahontas, Arkansas
Walnut Grove Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Little Rock, Arkansas
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Malvern, Arkansas
Winfield Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Little Rock, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Little Rock, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lockesburg, Arkansas
Mallettown United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mallet Town, Arkansas
Philadelphia Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Melbourne, Arkansas
East End Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Oark School-Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Oark, Arkansas
Council Grove Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Osage Mills, Arkansas
First Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Ozark, Arkansas) built
NRHP-listed
Ozark, Arkansas
Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Paris, Arkansas) built
NRHP-listed
Paris, Arkansas
Old Bethel Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Paragould, Arkansas
Parkdale Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Parkdale, Arkansas
Pleasant Hill Methodist Church 1894 built
1991 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Lawson and Lake Norrell Rds.
34°41′47″N 92°36′56″W / 34.69639°N 92.61556°W / 34.69639; -92.61556 (Pleasant Hill Methodist Church)
Pleasant Hill, Saline County, Arkansas Greek Revival, Vernacular Greek Revival, Other
Portland United Methodist Church 1924 built
2006 NRHP-listed
300 N. Main St.
33°14′28″N 91°30′41″W / 33.24111°N 91.51139°W / 33.24111; -91.51139 (Portland United Methodist Church)
Portland, Arkansas John Parks Almand-designed, in Bungalow/Craftsman style
Powhatan Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Powhatan, Arkansas
Mt. Prospect Methodist Church 1886 built
1990 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Co. Rds. 446 and 61
33°22′9″N 93°4′32″W / 33.36917°N 93.07556°W / 33.36917; -93.07556 (Mt. Prospect Methodist Church)
Richland, Arkansas Greek Revival
Mount Olivet Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Rison, Arkansas
Carolina Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Rosston, Arkansas
First United Methodist Church 1877 built
1992 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Main and Market Sts.
35°15′0″N 91°44′9″W / 35.25000°N 91.73583°W / 35.25000; -91.73583 (First United Methodist Church (Searcy, Arkansas))
Searcy, Arkansas Gothic, Gothic Revival, English Gothic Revival
Selma Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Selma, Arkansas
Sherrill Methodist Episcopal Church, South 1910 built
2002 NRHP-listed
301 Main St.
34°23′15″N 91°57′8″W / 34.38750°N 91.95222°W / 34.38750; -91.95222 (Sherrill Methodist Episcopal Church, South)
Sherrill, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival, Carpenter Gothic. One of oldest churches, and longest continuously active churches, in the county.
Sardis Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Sparkman, Arkansas
Frank Tillar Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Tillar, Arkansas
Mount Olive United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Van Buren, Arkansas
Wabbaseka Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Wabbeseka, Arkansas
Mount Pleasant Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Waldron, Arkansas
New Zion AME Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Warren, Arkansas
Williford Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Williford, Arkansas

California[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Bardsdale Methodist Episcopal Church 1898 built
1986 NRHP-listed
1498 Bardsdale Av.
34°22′17″N 118°55′55″W / 34.37139°N 118.93194°W / 34.37139; -118.93194 (Bardsdale Methodist Episcopal Church)
Fillmore, California Only example of "Carpenter Gothic" in Ventura County
Fullerton First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Fullerton, California
Methodist Episcopal Church at Half Moon Bay built
NRHP-listed
Half Moon Bay, California
Methodist Episcopal Church of Pescadero built
NRHP-listed
Pescadero, California
St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Point Arena, California
Park Place Methodist Episcopal Church South built
NRHP-listed
San Diego, California

Colorado[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Delta 1910 built
1991 NRHP-listed
199 E. Fifth St.
38°44′25″N 108°4′9″W / 38.74028°N 108.06917°W / 38.74028; -108.06917 (First Methodist Episcopal Church of Delta)
Delta, Colorado Tudor Revival architecture
Christ Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Denver, Colorado
Trinity United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Denver, Colorado
Amanda K. Alger Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Eaton, Colorado
Hotchkiss Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Hotchkiss, Colorado
Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Idaho Springs, Colorado
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Monte Vista, Colorado
Methodist Episcopal Church of Montrose 1920 built
1999 NRHP-listed
19 S. Park Ave.
38°28′50″N 107°52′24″W / 38.48056°N 107.87333°W / 38.48056; -107.87333 (Methodist Episcopal Church of Montrose)
Montrose, Colorado Designed by Thomas P. Barber, 1990 addition by Patrik Davis
Ruth Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Parker, Colorado
First Methodist Episcopal Church First Methodist Episcopal Church.JPG 1902 built
1979 NRHP-listed
400 Broadway St.
38°15′19″N 104°37′23″W / 38.25528°N 104.62306°W / 38.25528; -104.62306 (First Methodist Episcopal Church (Pueblo, Colorado))
Pueblo, Colorado A Methodist church from 1902 until past 1939; Romanesque
Stonington First Methodist-Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Stonington, Colorado
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Trinidad, Colorado
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Windsor, Colorado

Connecticut[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Episcopal Church (Greenwich, Connecticut) 1868 built
1988 NRHP-listed
61 E. Putnam Ave.41°1′58″N 73°37′35″W / 41.03278°N 73.62639°W / 41.03278; -73.62639 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Greenwich, Connecticut)) Greenwich, Connecticut Ferris & McClure, with architectural styles: Italianate, Gothic Revival, Carpenter Gothic
Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Metropolitan African Church Hartford CT.JPG 1873 built
1994 NRHP-listed
2051 Main St.41°46′58″N 72°40′37″W / 41.78278°N 72.67694°W / 41.78278; -72.67694 (Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church) Hartford, Connecticut Late Victorian
St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church 1900 built
NRHP-listed
1886-1906 Park St.41°45′50″N 72°42′38″W / 41.76389°N 72.71056°W / 41.76389; -72.71056 (St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church (Hartford, Connecticut)) Hartford, Connecticut Romanesque, designed by George W. Kramer
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church TrinityMEChurchNewBritainCT.jpg built
2007 NRHP-listed
69 Main St.41°40′2″N 72°46′51″W / 41.66722°N 72.78083°W / 41.66722; -72.78083 (Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (New Britain, Connecticut)) New Britain, Connecticut Romanesque

Delaware[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Bethel Methodist Protestant Church 1871 built
1998 NRHP-listed
Jct. of DE 61, DE 114, and DE 304
38°51′49″N 75°38′13″W / 38.86361°N 75.63694°W / 38.86361; -75.63694 (Bethel Methodist Protestant Church)
Andrewsville, Delaware Gothic
Saxton United Methodist Church Saxton United Methodist Church (angle).JPG 1893 built
NRHP-listed
Jct. of Main and Church Sts.
39°3′30″N 75°24′14″W / 39.05833°N 75.40389°W / 39.05833; -75.40389 (Saxton United Methodist Church)
Bowers, Delaware Gothic Revival
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church 1885 built
1978 NRHP-listed

38°45′13″N 75°40′41″W / 38.75361°N 75.67806°W / 38.75361; -75.67806 (Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (Bridgeville, Delaware))
Bridgeville, Delaware Gothic
Star Hill AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Camden, Delaware
Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church built
1994 NRHP-listed
Center St.
39°7′1″N 75°33′5″W / 39.11694°N 75.55139°W / 39.11694; -75.55139 (Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Camden, Delaware Classical Revival
Thomas' Methodist Episcopal Chapel 1877 built
1994 NRHP-listed

39°5′55″N 75°42′15″W / 39.09861°N 75.70417°W / 39.09861; -75.70417 (Thomas' Methodist Episcopal Chapel)
Chapeltown, Delaware Greek Revival
Byrd's AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Clayton, Delaware
St. John's Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Georgetown, Delaware
West Woods Methodist Episcopal Church 1891 built
2007 NRHP-listed

38°30′29″N 75°22′12″W / 38.50806°N 75.37000°W / 38.50806; -75.37000 (West Woods Methodist Episcopal Church)
Gumboro, Delaware Late Gothic Revival
Little Creek Methodist Church Little Creek Methodist Church.JPG 1883built
1982 NRHP-listed
Main St.
39°9′49″N 75°26′49″W / 39.16361°N 75.44694°W / 39.16361; -75.44694 (Little Creek Methodist Church)
Little Creek, Delaware
Marshallton United Methodist Church 1886 built
1987 NRHP-listed
1105 Stanton Rd.
39°43′36″N 75°38′19″W / 39.72667°N 75.63861°W / 39.72667; -75.63861 (Marshallton United Methodist Church)
Marshallton, Delaware Country Gothic
Old St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church 1851 built
1982 NRHP-listed
High St.
39°27′25″N 75°39′36″W / 39.45694°N 75.66000°W / 39.45694; -75.66000 (Old St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church)
Odessa, Delaware Greek Revival
Old Union Methodist Church 1847 built
1973 NRHP-listed
0.2 mi. N of Blackbird Crossroads on U.S. 13
39°23′15″N 75°39′49″W / 39.38750°N 75.66361°W / 39.38750; -75.66361 (Old Union Methodist Church)
Townsend, Delaware
Grace United Methodist Church Grace Church Wilmington.JPG 1868 built
1983 NRHP-listed
9th and West Sts.
39°44′46″N 75°33′7″W / 39.74611°N 75.55194°W / 39.74611; -75.55194 (Grace United Methodist Church (Wilmington, Delaware))
Wilmington, Delaware Gothic
Kingswood Methodist Episcopal Church 1989 NRHP-listed Fourteenth and Claymont Sts.
39°44′36″N 75°31′58″W / 39.74333°N 75.53278°W / 39.74333; -75.53278 (Kingswood Methodist Episcopal Church)
Wilmington, Delaware Romanesque, Vernacular Romanesque
Mount Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Church 1834 built
1984 NRHP-listed
850 Mount Lebanon Rd.
39°47′54″N 75°34′6″W / 39.79833°N 75.56833°W / 39.79833; -75.56833 (Mount Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Church)
Wilmington, Delaware Late Gothic Revival
Mount Pleasant Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage Mt Pleasant Delaware ME Church.JPG 1838 built
1998 NRHP-listed
39°46′45″N 75°29′27″W / 39.77917°N 75.49083°W / 39.77917; -75.49083 (Mount Pleasant Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage) Wilmington, Delaware Queen Anne, now in a state park
Old Asbury Methodist Church Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, Third & Walnut Streets, Wilmington (New Castle County, Delaware).jpg 1789 built
1976 NRHP-listed
Walnut and 3rd Sts.
39°44′17″N 75°32′56″W / 39.73806°N 75.54889°W / 39.73806; -75.54889 (Old Asbury Methodist Church)
Wilmington, Delaware Italianate, Italianate vernacular
Woodside Methodist Episcopal Church 1889 built
1996 NRHP-listed
Main St., North Murderkill Hundred
39°4′19″N 75°34′3″W / 39.07194°N 75.56750°W / 39.07194; -75.56750 (Woodside Methodist Episcopal Church)
Woodside, Delaware Late Gothic Revival

District of Columbia[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Eldbrooke United Methodist Church Eldbrooke UM Church DC.jpg built 1926
NRHP-listed
4100 River Road, N.W.
38°56′55.72″N 77°4′48.79″W / 38.9488111°N 77.0802194°W / 38.9488111; -77.0802194 (Eldbrooke United Methodist Church)
Washington, D.C.
Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church Metropolitan AME Church, DC.jpg built 1886
NRHP-listed
1518 M Street, N.W.
38°54′19″N 77°2′9″W / 38.90528°N 77.03583°W / 38.90528; -77.03583 (Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church)
Washington, D.C.
Asbury United Methodist Church (Washington, D.C.) Asbury United Methodist Church - Washington, D.C..jpg founded 1836
NRHP-listed
Eleventh and K Sts., NW
38°54′8″N 77°1′39″W / 38.90222°N 77.02750°W / 38.90222; -77.02750 (Asbury United Methodist Church (Washington, D.C.))
Washington, D.C. Designed by Clarence Lowell Harding in Late Gothic Revival and English Gothic Revival architecture
Mount Zion United Methodist Church Mount Zion United Methodist Church - facade.JPG built 1876
NRHP-listed
1334 29th St., NW.
38°54′28″N 77°3′31″W / 38.90778°N 77.05861°W / 38.90778; -77.05861 (Mount Zion United Methodist Church (Washington, D.C.))
Washington, D.C.

Florida[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Citra Methodist Episcopal Church-South Citramethodistepiscopalchurch.jpg built
1998 NRHP-listed
29°24′40″N 82°6′51″W / 29.41111°N 82.11417°W / 29.41111; -82.11417 (Citra Methodist Episcopal Church-South) Citra, Florida
Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church Clearwater Mt Olive AME church01.jpg built
2000 NRHP-listed
27°58′8″N 82°47′54″W / 27.96889°N 82.79833°W / 27.96889; -82.79833 (Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church) Clearwater, Florida
First Methodist Episcopal Church Fellsmere FL First Meth Episc01.jpg built
1996 NRHP-listed
27°46′8″N 80°36′4″W / 27.76889°N 80.60111°W / 27.76889; -80.60111 (First Methodist Episcopal Church (Fellsmere, Florida)) Fellsmere, Florida
Mount Zion AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Jacksonville, Florida
United Methodist Church (Jasper, Florida) United Methodist Church Jasper01.jpg 1878 built
1978 NRHP-listed
405 Central Avenue, S.W.
30°30′53″N 82°56′52″W / 30.51472°N 82.94778°W / 30.51472; -82.94778 (United Methodist Church (Jasper, Florida))
Jasper, Florida Carpenter Gothic
First United Methodist Church Kissimmee FUMC01.jpg built
NRHP-listed
28°17′22″N 81°24′24″W / 28.28944°N 81.40667°W / 28.28944; -81.40667 (First United Methodist Church (Kissimmee, Florida)) Kissimmee, Florida Late Gothic Revival
Falling Creek Methodist Church and Cemetery Columbia Falling Creek Church01.jpg 1996 NRHP-listed 30°15′32″N 82°39′52″W / 30.25889°N 82.66444°W / 30.25889; -82.66444 (Falling Creek Methodist Church and Cemetery) Lake City, Florida
Greater Bethel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Miami, Florida
Miccosukee Methodist Church Miccosukee FL Methodist Church02.jpg 1996 NRHP-listed 30°35′36″N 84°2′28″W / 30.59333°N 84.04111°W / 30.59333; -84.04111 (Miccosukee Methodist Church) Miccosukee, Florida
Methodist Episcopal Church at Black Creek Middleburg FL UMC01.jpg 1990 NRHP-listed 3925 Main St.
30°4′4″N 81°51′46″W / 30.06778°N 81.86278°W / 30.06778; -81.86278 (Methodist Episcopal Church at Black Creek)
Middleburg, Florida
Mount Zion A.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Ocala, Florida
Orange Springs Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery Meth Episc Church Orange Springs01.jpg 1988 NRHP-listed 29°30′9″N 81°56′44″W / 29.50250°N 81.94556°W / 29.50250; -81.94556 (Orange Springs Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery) Orange Springs, Florida
First Methodist Church of Oviedo Oviedo 1st Methodist01.jpg 2007 NRHP-listed 263 King St.
28°40′20″N 81°12′48″W / 28.67222°N 81.21333°W / 28.67222; -81.21333 (First Methodist Church of Oviedo)
Oviedo, Florida Another tetrastyle church
First Methodist Church of St. Petersburg St. Pete 1st United Meth Church pano-tall01.jpg 1925 built
1990 NRHP-listed
212 Third St., N.
27°46′31″N 82°38′15″W / 27.77528°N 82.63750°W / 27.77528; -82.63750 (First Methodist Church of St. Petersburg)
St. Petersburg, Florida Late Gothic Revival
Grace United Methodist Church St Aug Grace United Methodist01.jpg 1887 built
1979 NRHP-listed
8 Carrera St.
29°52′37″N 81°18′54″W / 29.87694°N 81.31500°W / 29.87694; -81.31500 (Grace United Methodist Church (St. Augustine, Florida))
St. Augustine, Florida Arranged to be constructed by Henry Flagler, designed by Carrere and Hastings in Spanish Renaissance Revival with Moorish elements
Pisgah United Methodist Church Tallahassee FL Pisgah UM Church02.jpg 1974 NRHP-listed Pisgah Church Road
30°33′5″N 84°9′49″W / 30.55139°N 84.16361°W / 30.55139; -84.16361 (Pisgah United Methodist Church)
Tallahassee, Florida
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at Umatilla Umatilla Meth Episc Church3.jpg 1922 built
2000 NRHP-listed
100 West Guerrant St.28°55′39″N 81°40′17″W / 28.92750°N 81.67139°W / 28.92750; -81.67139 (Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at Umatilla) Umatilla, Florida Gothic, Classical, Prairie, and Italian Renaissance Styles

Georgia[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Campbell Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Americus, Georgia
Arlington Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Arlington, Georgia
Wesleyan Methodist Campground and Tabernacle built
NRHP-listed
Ashburn, Georgia
First African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Athens, Georgia
Butler Street Colored Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Atlanta, Georgia
New Hope African Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Atlanta, Georgia
Park Street Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Atlanta, Georgia
St. Mark Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Atlanta, Georgia
Stewart Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church South Stewart Street Methodist Church.JPG built
NRHP-listed
Atlanta, Georgia
Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church Sam Jones UMC.jpg 1907 built
1985 NRHP-listed
100 W. Church St.
34°9′58″N 84°47′52″W / 34.16611°N 84.79778°W / 34.16611; -84.79778 (Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church)
Cartersville, Georgia Designed by Walter T. Downing in Classical Revival style
Chubb Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Cave Spring, Georgia
Daes Chapel Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Clarkesville, Georgia
Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church South 1873 built
1980 NRHP-listd
1323–1325 Broadway32°28′17″N 84°59′37″W / 32.47139°N 84.99361°W / 32.47139; -84.99361 (Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church South) Columbus, Georgia Greek Revival
Methodist Tabernacle 1873 built
1980 NRHP-listed
1323–1325 Broadway
32°28′17″N 84°59′37″W / 32.47139°N 84.99361°W / 32.47139; -84.99361 (Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church South)
Columbus, Georgia Greek Revival
Rockville Academy and St. Paul Methodist Church Historic District built
NRHP-listed
Eatonton, Georgia
Cartecay Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Ellijay, Georgia
New Hope AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Guyton, Georgia
Epworth by the Sea built
NRHP-listed
Saint Simons Island, Georgia Conference and retreat center whose Lovely Lane Chapel is a church built in 1880 (probably named in reference to Lovely Lane Methodist Church in Baltimore)
Hartwell Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Hartwell, Georgia
St. Thomas African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Hawkinsville, Georgia
Liberty Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Hephzibah, Georgia
Second Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lumpkin, Georgia
Pine Log Methodist Church, Campground, and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Rydal, Georgia
St. Philip AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Savannah, Georgia
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Stillmore, Georgia
Haven Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Waynesboro, Georgia
Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church and School built
NRHP-listed
Whigham, Georgia
Whitesville Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Whitesville, Georgia
Jackson United Methodist Church 1845 built
1924 NRHP-listed
409 East 3rd Street
31°48′46″N 82°58′44″W / 31.81284°N 82.97893°W / 31.81284; -82.97893
Jackson, Georgia

Idaho[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Albion Methodist Church 1887 built
1986 NRHP-listed
102 North St.
42°24′47″N 113°34′39″W / 42.41306°N 113.57750°W / 42.41306; -113.57750 (Albion Methodist Church)
Albion, Idaho Has also been known as "Albion Grange Hall"
Immanuel Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Boise, Idaho
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Emmett, Idaho
Trinity Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Lewiston Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lewiston, Idaho
Mackay Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Mackay, Idaho
First Methodist Church (Moscow, Idaho) built
NRHP-listed
Moscow, Idaho
Nampa First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Nampa, Idaho
Sweet Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Sweet, Idaho

Illinois[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Church of Batavia First Methodist Church of Batavia (Batavia, IL) 02.JPG 1852 built
1982 NRHP-listed
41°50′54″N 88°18′50″W / 41.84833°N 88.31389°W / 41.84833; -88.31389 (First Methodist Church of Batavia) Batavia, Illinois Greek Revival
United Methodist Church of Batavia United Methodist Church of Batavia (Batavia, IL) 01.JPG 1887 built
1983 NRHP-listed
8 N. Batavia Ave.
41°51′02″N 88°18′42″W / 41.850556°N 88.311667°W / 41.850556; -88.311667 (United Methodist Church of Batavia)
Batavia, Illinois Romanesque Revival
Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church 20080704 Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church.JPG 1891 built
2008 NRHP-listed
5253 North Kenmore Avenue
41°58′19″N 87°39′37″W / 41.97194°N 87.66028°W / 41.97194; -87.66028 (Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church)
Chicago, Illinois Romanesque, designed by Frederick B. Townsend
Ebenezer Methodist Episcopal Chapel and Cemetery 1858 built
1984 NRHP-listed
NW of Golden
40°6′35″N 91°1′7″W / 40.10972°N 91.01861°W / 40.10972; -91.01861 (Ebenezer Methodist Episcopal Chapel and Cemetery)
Golden, Illinois
Lemont Methodist Episcopal Church Lemont Methodist Episcopal Church.JPG 1861 built
1986 NRHP-listed
306 Lemont St.
41°40′23″N 88°0′0″W / 41.67306°N 88.00000°W / 41.67306; -88.00000 (Lemont Methodist Episcopal Church)
Lemont, Illinois Italianate
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Lincoln, Illinois) built
NRHP-listed
Lincoln, Illinois

Indiana[edit]

Spartanburg Methodist church Built 1815 Spartanburg Indiana Average Attendance 35

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Aurora Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Aurora, Indiana
Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Bluffton, Indiana
Salem Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Clinton, Indiana
Mount Zion Methodist Episcopal Church Mount Zion Methodist near Eaton.jpg 1867 built
2008 NRHP-listed
40°20′56″N 85°24′25″W / 40.34889°N 85.40694°W / 40.34889; -85.40694 (Mount Zion Methodist Episcopal Church) Eaton, Indiana Gable Front, Other
Brick Chapel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Greencastle, Indiana
Simpson Memorial United Methodist Church Simpson Memorial Methodist Church in Greenville.jpg 1899 built
2004 NRHP-listed
9449 Harrison St.
38°22′23″N 85°59′29″W / 38.37306°N 85.99139°W / 38.37306; -85.99139 (Simpson Memorial United Methodist Church)
Greenville, Indiana Gothic, Akron Plan, Other
St. Stephen's African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Hanover, Indiana
Central Avenue Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed as part of the Old Northside Historic District
Indianapolis, Indiana Now known as the Landmarks Center, home to Indiana Landmarks
Roberts Park Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Indianapolis, Indiana
Stidham United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lafayette, Indiana
Pinhook Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
LaPorte, Indiana
Hamline Chapel, United Methodist Church Hamline Chapel United Methodist Church.jpg 1847 built
1982 NRHP-listed
High and Vine Sts.
39°5′29″N 84°50′51″W / 39.09139°N 84.84750°W / 39.09139; -84.84750 (Hamline Chapel, United Methodist Church)
Lawrenceburg, Indiana Greek Revival
Moores Hill United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Moores Hill, Indiana
Bethel A.M.E. Church (Richmond, Indiana) Bethel AME Church, Richmond, in color.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Indiana
St. Paul Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Rushville, Indiana
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Terre Haute, Indiana) Allen Chapel AME in Terre Haute.jpg 1913 built
1975 NRHP-listed
218 Crawford St.39°27′35″N 87°24′51″W / 39.459722°N 87.414167°W / 39.459722; -87.414167 (Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Terre Haute, Indiana)) Terre Haute, Indiana
Tyson United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Versailles, Indiana
Independence Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Wheatfield, Indiana

Iowa[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
German Methodist Episcopal Church German Methodist Episcopal Church - Burlington Iowa.jpg built 1868
NRHP-listed
7th and Washington Sts.
40°48′42″N 91°6′24″W / 40.81167°N 91.10667°W / 40.81167; -91.10667 (German Methodist Episcopal Church (Burlington Iowa))
Burlington, Iowa
St. Paul United Methodist Church Image of St. Paul's United Methodist Church (founded as Methodist Episcopal) taken across 3rd Ave SE in 2008..jpg built 1914
NRHP-listed
1340 3rd Ave. SE
41°59′8″N 91°39′10″W / 41.98556°N 91.65278°W / 41.98556; -91.65278 (St. Paul United Methodist Church (Cedar Rapids, Iowa))
Cedar Rapids, Iowa Louis Sullivan-designed
First United Methodist Church First United Methodist Church 2012-09-27 19-35-17.jpg built 1899
NRHP-listed
923 Roland
41°1′1″N 93°18′28″W / 41.01694°N 93.30778°W / 41.01694; -93.30778 (First United Methodist Church (Chariton, Iowa))
Chariton, Iowa
St. John's United Methodist Church St. John's UM Church Davenport Iowa.jpg built 1903
NRHP-listed
1325-1329 Brady St.
41°32′01″N 90°34′25″W / 41.53361°N 90.57361°W / 41.53361; -90.57361 (St. John's United Methodist Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa
Bethel AME Church Bethel AME Church Davenport Iowa.jpg built 1909
NRHP-listed
323 W. 11th St.
41°31′51″N 90°34′41″W / 41.53083°N 90.57806°W / 41.53083; -90.57806 (Bethel AME Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa
Washington Prairie Methodist Church Washington Prairie Methodist Church 2012-09-26 20-12-38.jpg built 1863
NRHP-listed
43°14′17″N 91°44′38″W / 43.23806°N 91.74389°W / 43.23806; -91.74389 (Washington Prairie Methodist Church (Decorah, Iowa)) Decorah, Iowa
Burns United Methodist Church Burns United Methodist Church Des Moines IA.jpg built 1912
NRHP-listed
811 Crocker St.
41°35′37″N 93°37′41″W / 41.59361°N 93.62806°W / 41.59361; -93.62806 (Burns United Methodist Church, Des Moines)
Des Moines, Iowa
First United Methodist Church First Methodist Episcopal.jpg built 1908
NRHP-listed
10th and Pleasant Streets
41°35′21″N 93°37′51″W / 41.58917°N 93.63083°W / 41.58917; -93.63083 (First United Methodist Church (Des Moines, Iowa))
Des Moines, Iowa
Trinity United Methodist Church Trinity UME Church Des Moines IA.jpg built 1911
NRHP-listed
1548 8th St.
41°36′17″N 93°37′10.13″W / 41.60472°N 93.6194806°W / 41.60472; -93.6194806 (Trinity United Methodist Church (Des Moines, Iowa))
Des Moines, Iowa
St. Luke's United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
1199 Main St.
42°30′13″N 90°40′9″W / 42.50361°N 90.66917°W / 42.50361; -90.66917 (St. Luke's United Methodist Church (Dubuque, Iowa))
Dubuque, Iowa
Bethel AME Church Bethel AME Iowa City.jpg built 1868
NRHP-listed
411 S. Governor St.
41°39′22″N 91°31′23″W / 41.65611°N 91.52306°W / 41.65611; -91.52306 (Bethel AME Church (Iowa City, Iowa))
Iowa City, Iowa
First Methodist Episcopal Church built 1899
NRHP-listed
401 2nd. St.
43°21′7″N 93°12′40″W / 43.35194°N 93.21111°W / 43.35194; -93.21111 (First Methodist Episcopal Church (Kensett, Iowa))
Kensett, Iowa
Sharon Methodist Episcopal Church Sharon Methodist Episcopal Church - Smithtown Church.JPG built 1874
NRHP-listed
1223 125th St.
41°59′43″N 90°51′18″W / 41.99528°N 90.85500°W / 41.99528; -90.85500 (Sharon Methodist Episcopal Church)
Lost Nation, Iowa
St. Luke's Methodist Church ST. LUKE'S METHODIST CHURCH, MONTICELLO, JONES COUNTY, IOWA.jpg built 1950
NRHP-listed
211 N. Sycamore St.
42°14′22.4304″N 91°11′19.5246″W / 42.239564000°N 91.188756833°W / 42.239564000; -91.188756833 (St. Luke's Methodist Church (Monticello, Iowa))
Monticello, Iowa
Pine Mills German Methodist Episcopal Church MuscatineIA PineMillsChurch.jpg built 1867
NRHP-listed
180th St. and Verde Ave.
41°28′50″N 90°52′51″W / 41.48056°N 90.88083°W / 41.48056; -90.88083 (Pine Mills German Methodist Episcopal Church)
Muscatine, Iowa
Palmyra Methodist Episcopal Church Palmyra Church.jpg built 1868
NRHP-listed
Southwest of Hartford, Iowa
41°26′4″N 93°26′5″W / 41.43444°N 93.43472°W / 41.43444; -93.43472 (Palmyra Methodist Episcopal Church)
Palmyra, Iowa
Middlefork Methodist Episcopal Church built 1886
NRHP-listed
S of US 169 on E side of Middle Fork, Grand R.
40°35′47″N 94°19′3″W / 40.59639°N 94.31750°W / 40.59639; -94.31750 (Middlefork Methodist Episcopal Church)
Redding, Iowa
Rose Hill Methodist Episcopal Church built 1897
NRHP-listed
304 Main St.
41°19′14″N 92°27′55″W / 41.32056°N 92.46528°W / 41.32056; -92.46528 (Rose Hill Methodist Episcopal Church)
Rose Hill, Iowa
First Methodist Church built 1895
NRHP-listed
302 S. Carroll St.
43°25′45″N 96°10′19″W / 43.42917°N 96.17194°W / 43.42917; -96.17194 (First Methodist Church (Rock Rapids, Iowa))
Rock Rapids, Iowa
West Grove United Methodist Church built 1904
NRHP-listed
40°43′32″N 92°33′23″W / 40.72556°N 92.55639°W / 40.72556; -92.55639 (West Grove United Methodist Church) West Grove, Iowa
Prairie Center Methodist Episcopal Church and Pleasand Hill Cemetery built 1881
NRHP-listed
41°44′45″N 94°15′2″W / 41.74583°N 94.25056°W / 41.74583; -94.25056 (Prairie Center Methodist Episcopal Church and Pleasand Hill Cemetery) Yale, Iowa

Kansas[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Campbell Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Atchison, Kansas
Burr Oak United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Burr Oak, Kansas
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Coffeyville, Kansas
St. Martha's AME Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Highland, Kansas
Niotaze Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Niotaze, Kansas
Saint Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Lawrence, Kansas
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Stafford, Kansas
St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Topeka, Kansas
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Wichita, Kansas
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Winfield, Kansas

Kentucky[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Wesley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Anchorage, Kentucky
St. James AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Ashland, Kentucky
Brandenburg Methodist Episcopal Church Brandenburg Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg 1855 built
1984 NRHP-listed
215 Broadway37°59′59″N 86°10′9″W / 37.99972°N 86.16917°W / 37.99972; -86.16917 (Brandenburg Methodist Episcopal Church) Brandenburg, Kentucky
Burnside Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Burnside, Kentucky
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Catlettsburg, Kentucky
Olive Branch Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Finchville, Kentucky
Methodist Episcopal Church South (Greenup, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Greenup, Kentucky
St. Peters AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Harrodsburg, Kentucky
Helena United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Helena, Kentucky
Thomas Chapel C.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Hickman, Kentucky
Freeman Chapel C.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Hopkinsville, Kentucky
Lafayette Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lafayette, Kentucky
Mt. Olivet Methodist Church 1886 built
1985 NRHP-listed
37°44′47″N 84°39′7″W / 37.74639°N 84.65194°W / 37.74639; -84.65194 (Mt. Olivet Methodist Church) Lancaster, Kentucky Italianate
Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Lancaster, Kentucky
Bryantsville Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lancaster, Kentucky
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisa, Kentucky
Louisa United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisa, Kentucky
Broadway Temple A.M.E. Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisville, Kentucky
Fourth Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisville, Kentucky
Chestnut Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisville, Kentucky
Epworth Methodist Evangelical Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisville, Kentucky
Middletown United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Middletown, Kentucky
KEAS Tabernacle Christian Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Mount Sterling, Kentucky
Methodist Episcopal Church South (Mount Sterling, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Mount Sterling, Kentucky
Salem Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Newport, Kentucky
Fairview Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Oakland, Kentucky
Oil Springs Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Oil Springs, Kentucky
Mayo Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Paintsville, Kentucky
First Methodist Church (Paintsville, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Paintsville, Kentucky
Old Zion Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Park City, Kentucky
Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Prestonsburg, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Prestonsburg, Kentucky
Pleasant Run Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Russellville, Kentucky
Bethel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Shelbyville, Kentucky
St. John United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Shelbyville, Kentucky
Simpsonville Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Simpsonville, Kentucky
Johnson's Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Springfield, Kentucky
Big Bone Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Union, Kentucky
Corinth Christian Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Winchester, Kentucky

Louisiana[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Church (Alexandria, Louisiana) Greater New Hope Missionary Baptist Church (Alexandria, Louisiana).JPG 1907 built
1980 NRHP-listed
630 Jackson St.
31°18′37″N 92°26′54″W / 31.31028°N 92.44833°W / 31.31028; -92.44833 (First Methodist Church (Alexandria, Louisiana))
Alexandria, Louisiana Romanesque
Holly Grove Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Anacoco, Louisiana
Arizona Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Arizona, Louisiana
Alabama Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bernice, Louisiana
White's Chapel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bunkie, Louisiana
Hickory Springs Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Chatham, Louisiana
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, Louisiana
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
DeRidder, Louisiana
Elton United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Elton, Louisiana
Clear Creek AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Felixville, Louisiana
Gibson Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Gibson, Louisiana
Grand Cane United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Grand Cane, Louisiana
Keachi United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Keachi, Louisiana
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lafayette, Louisiana
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Leesville, Louisiana
Loranger Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Loranger, Louisiana
Lutcher United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lutcher, Louisiana
Tulip Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Marsalis, Louisiana
St. James United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Monroe, Louisiana
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
New Iberia, Louisiana
St. James AME Church built
NRHP-listed
New Orleans, Louisiana
St. Peter A.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
New Orleans, Louisiana
Poplar Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Rayville, Louisiana
Robeline Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Robeline, Louisiana
St. Maurice Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
St. Maurice, Louisiana
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
West Monroe, Louisiana

Maine[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Gray Memorial United Methodist Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Caribou, Maine
Deering Memorial United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Paris, Maine
Chestnut Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Portland, Maine
Dunstan Methodist Episcopal Church West Scarborough United Methodist Church, Scarborough ME.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Scarborough, Maine
West Durham Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
West Durham, Maine

Maryland[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Allen, Maryland
Mt. Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Annapolis, Maryland
Dorguth Memorial United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Baltimore, Maryland
Grace-Hampden Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Baltimore, Maryland
Madison Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Baltimore, Maryland
Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church and Asbury House built
NRHP-listed
Baltimore, Maryland
Orchard Street United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Baltimore, Maryland
Sharp Street Memorial United Methodist Church and Community House built
NRHP-listed
Baltimore, Maryland
Rock Creek Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Chance, Maryland
Mt. Tabor Methodist Episcopal Church (Crownsville, Maryland) 1893 built
2001 NRHP-listed
Crownsville, Maryland
African Methodist Episcopal Church AME Church Cumberland MD1.jpg 1892 built
1979 NRHP-listed
39°39′22.18″N 78°45′35.96″W / 39.6561611°N 78.7599889°W / 39.6561611; -78.7599889 (African Methodist Episcopal Church (Cumberland, Maryland)) Cumberland, Maryland
St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church and Joshua Thomas Chapel built
NRHP-listed
Deal Island, Maryland
Wesley Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Eldersburg, Maryland
St. Peter's Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Hopewell, Maryland
Ridgley Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Landover, Maryland
Quindocqua United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Marion, Maryland
Bethlehem Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Taylor's Island, Maryland
Old Friendship United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
West Post Office, Maryland
St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Westover, Maryland

Massachusetts[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Goodwin Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Amherst, Massachusetts
Calvary Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Arlington, Massachusetts
Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Barnstable, Massachusetts
Charles Street African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Boston, Massachusetts
Greenwood Memorial United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Boston, Massachusetts
St. Mark's Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Brookline, Massachusetts
First Methodist Church (Clinton, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Clinton, Massachusetts
Brayton Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Fall River, Massachusetts
Clinton African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Great Barrington, Massachusetts
South Harwich Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Harwich, Massachusetts
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Plymouth MA.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Plymouth, Massachusetts
Center Methodist Church Churchsteeplebeingputback2.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Provincetown, Massachusetts
Wesley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Salem, Massachusetts
Notre Dame Catholic Church built
NRHP-listed
Southbridge, Massachusetts
Methodist Episcopal Society of Tyringham built
NRHP-listed
Tyringham, Massachusetts

Michigan[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Central Mine Methodist Church Central Mine Methodist Church Central MI 2009.jpg 1869 built
1970 NRHP-listed
Old Stage Rd.47°24′25″N 88°12′13″W / 47.40694°N 88.20361°W / 47.40694; -88.20361 (Central Mine Methodist Church) Central, Michigan
West Vienna United Methodist Church 1882 built
1983 NRHP-listed
5461 Wilson Rd.43°9′45″N 83°47′30″W / 43.16250°N 83.79167°W / 43.16250; -83.79167 (West Vienna United Methodist Church) Clio, Michigan Greek Revival
Central United Methodist Church Central United Methodist Church - Detroit Michigan.jpg 1866 built
1982 NRHP-listed
42°20′15″N 83°3′3″W / 42.33750°N 83.05083°W / 42.33750; -83.05083 (Central United Methodist Church (Detroit, Michigan)) Detroit, Michigan Tudor Revival, Gothic Revival, Other
Metropolitan United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Detroit, Michigan
Cass Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church Cass Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church - Detroit Michigan.jpg 1883 built
1982 NRHP-listed
42°20′53″N 83°3′47″W / 42.34806°N 83.06306°W / 42.34806; -83.06306 (Cass Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church) Detroit, Michigan Mason & Rice; Malcomson & Higginbotham; Romanesque architecture
Dixboro United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Dixboro, Michigan
Highland United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Highland, Michigan
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Highland Park, Michigan
Trinity United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Highland Park, Michigan
Central Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Lansing, Michigan
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Petoskey, Michigan
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Pokagon First Methodist Episcopal Church of Pokagon.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Pokagon Township, Michigan
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Port Hope, Michigan
Salem Methodist Episcopal Church and Salem Walker Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Salem, Michigan
Central Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

Minnesota[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Lenora Methodist Episcopal Church Lenora Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Canton, Minnesota
Coleraine Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Coleraine, Minnesota
St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church St Mark's AME Church 1.JPG built
NRHP-listed
Duluth, Minnesota
Portland Prairie Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Eitzen, Minnesota
Hastings Methodist Episcopal Church Hastings Methodist Episcopal.jpg 1862 built
1978 NRHP-listed
719 Vermillion Street44°44′18.48″N 92°51′8.11″W / 44.7384667°N 92.8522528°W / 44.7384667; -92.8522528 (Hastings Methodist Episcopal Church) Hastings, Minnesota Gothic Revival, Greek Revival, and Italianate
Fowler Methodist Episcopal Church Scottish Rite Temple 5.jpg 1906 built
1976 NRHP-listed
44°57′45″N 93°17′33″W / 44.96250°N 93.29250°W / 44.96250; -93.29250 (Fowler Methodist Episcopal Church) Minneapolis, Minnesota Now known as Scottish Rite Temple. Designed by Warren H. Hayes and Harry Wild Jones in Romanesque style.
Wesley United Methodist Church Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church 2013.jpg 1891 built
1984 NRHP-listed
101 E. Grant St.44°58′10.6″N 93°16′34″W / 44.969611°N 93.27611°W / 44.969611; -93.27611 (Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church) Minneapolis, Minnesota Romanesque
Norwood Methodist Episcopal Church 2009-0713-NorwoodMethEpisCurch.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Norwood, Minnesota
Ottawa Methodist Episcopal Church 2009-0805-MN-Ottawa-LittleStoneMethodist.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Ottawa, Minnesota
Spring Valley Methodist Episcopal Church Spring Valley Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Spring Valley, Minnesota

Mississippi[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Church (Brookhaven, Mississippi) built
NRHP-listed
Brookhaven, Mississippi
Byhalia United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Byhalia, Mississippi
Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Caledonia, Mississippi
Wesley Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Greenwood, Mississippi
First Methodist Church of Greenwood built
NRHP-listed
Greenwood, Mississippi
Pleasant Valley Methodist Church 1840 built
1996 NRHP-listed
31°45′38″N 90°33′13″W / 31.76056°N 90.55361°W / 31.76056; -90.55361 (Pleasant Valley Methodist Church) Hazlehurst, Mississippi Mid 19th Century Revival
Tabernacle Methodist Church 1857 built
1996 NRHP-listed
31°54′37″N 90°28′17″W / 31.91028°N 90.47139°W / 31.91028; -90.47139 Hazlehurst, Mississippi Mid 19th Century Revival
Kingston Methodist Church 1856 built
1982 NRHP-listed
31°23′21″N 91°16′43″W / 31.38917°N 91.27861°W / 31.38917; -91.27861 (Kingston Methodist Church) Natchez, Mississippi Greek Revival
Shubuta Methodist Episcopal Church, South 1891 built
1994 NRHP-listed
High St. (US 45), E side
31°51′33″N 88°41′59″W / 31.85917°N 88.69972°W / 31.85917; -88.69972 -->
Shubuta, Mississippi Carpenter Gothic
First Methodist Church (Tupelo, Mississippi) built
NRHP-listed
Tupelo, Mississippi
China Grove Methodist Church 1861 built
1984 NRHP-listed
31°12′33″N 90°3′28″W / 31.20917°N 90.05778°W / 31.20917; -90.05778 (China Grove Methodist Church) Tylertown, Mississippi Greek Revival
Carpenter United Methodist Church 1901 built
1996 NRHP-listed
32°2′8″N 90°40′53″W / 32.03556°N 90.68139°W / 32.03556; -90.68139 (Carpenter United Methodist Church) Utica, Mississippi Carpenter Gothic
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Vicksburg, Mississippi
Washington Methodist Church Washington Methodist Church.jpg 1828 built
1986 NRHP-listed
Main and Church Sts.
31°34′41″N 91°18′8″W / 31.57806°N 91.30222°W / 31.57806; -91.30222 (Washington Methodist Church)
Washington, Mississippi Federal

Missouri[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
St. Paul A.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, Missouri
Greenlawn Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Perry, Missouri
Manchester Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Manchester, Missouri
Northern Methodist Episcopal Church of Clarksville built
NRHP-listed
Clarksville, Missouri
Quinn Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
St. Louis, Missouri
Oakley Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Tebbetts, Missouri
Olive Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Kirkwood, Missouri
Washington Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
St. Louis, Missouri
Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
St. Louis, Missouri
Missouri United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, Missouri
First Methodist Church (Excelsior Springs, Missouri) built
NRHP-listed
Excelsior Springs, Missouri
Bond's Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Hartsburg, Missouri
Campbell Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Glasgow, Missouri
Warren Street Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Warrensburg, Missouri
Cook Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
St. Louis, Missouri
Washington Chapel C.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Parkville, Missouri

Montana[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Church of Alberton built
NRHP-listed
Alberton, Montana
Methodist Episcopal Church of Anaconda built
NRHP-listed
Anaconda, Montana
Methodist Episcopal Church (Bozeman, Montana) built
NRHP-listed
Bozeman, Montana
Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Bridger, Montana
First Episcopal Methodist Church of Chester 1911 built
1997 NRHP-listed
Junction of 2nd St. and Madison
48°30′39″N 110°57′44″W / 48.51083°N 110.96222°W / 48.51083; -110.96222 (First Episcopal Methodist Church of Chester)
Chester, Montana
Methodist Episcopal Church South (Corvallis, Montana) 1894 built
1997 NRHP-listed
Jct. of First St. and Eastside Hwy.
46°18′57″N 114°6′48″W / 46.31583°N 114.11333°W / 46.31583; -114.11333 (Methodist Episcopal Church South (Corvallis, Montana))
Corvallis, Montana Late Victorian, Gothic
Fromberg Methodist-Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Fromberg, Montana
First Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Glendive, Montana
First United Methodist Church Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Great Falls, Montana
Union Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Great Falls, Montana
Scandinavian Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Kalispell, Montana
Methodist-Episcopal Church of Marysville built
NRHP-listed
Marysville, Montana
Stevensville Grade School-United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Stevensville, Montana
Methodist Episcopal Church (Third Forks, Montana) built
NRHP-listed
Third Forks, Montana
Stateler Memorial Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Willow Creek, Montana

Nebraska[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Salem Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Axtell, Nebraska
St. Paul's Methodist Protestant Church built
NRHP-listed
Culbertson, Nebraska
Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Lincoln, Nebraska
First Welch Calvinistic Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Monroe, Nebraska

Nevada[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Austin Methodist Church Austin Methodist Church.jpg 1866 built
2003 NRHP-listed
135 Court St.
39°29′32″N 117°4′6″W / 39.49222°N 117.06833°W / 39.49222; -117.06833 (Austin Methodist Church)
Austin, Nevada Italianate
Bethel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Reno, Nevada
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Reno, Nevada

New Hampshire[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Asbury United Methodist Church 1844 built
1983 NRHP-listed
42°53′17″N 72°28′14″W / 42.88806°N 72.47056°W / 42.88806; -72.47056 (Asbury United Methodist Church) Chesterfield, New Hampshire "Mother church" of Methodism in New Hampshire; Greek Revival style.[6]
Grace United Methodist Church Grace United Methodist Church, Keene NH.jpg 1869 built
1985 NRHP-listed
42°56′8″N 72°16′49″W / 42.93556°N 72.28028°W / 42.93556; -72.28028 (Grace United Methodist Church) Keene, New Hampshire High Victorian Gothic style church designed by Shepard S. Woodcock, built larger and more expensively than its parishioners could afford.[1]

[7]

Springfield Town Hall and Howard Memorial Methodist Church 1797 built
1986 NRHP-listed
Four Corners Rd. SE of New London Rd.
43°29′43″N 72°2′55″W / 43.49528°N 72.04861°W / 43.49528; -72.04861 (Springfield Town Hall and Howard Memorial Methodist Church)
Springfield, New Hampshire Greek Revival, Gothic Revival
Tuftonboro United Methodist Church Tuftonboro United Methodist Church.jpg c.1853 built
1997 NRHP-listed
43°41′45″N 71°13′16″W / 43.69583°N 71.22111°W / 43.69583; -71.22111 (Tuftonboro United Methodist Church) Tuftonboro, New Hampshire Notable as an "excellent" Greek Revival style church[8]

New Jersey[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Solomon Wesley United Methodist Church Solomon Wesley UMC NJ.jpg 1850 built
1989 NRHP-listed
291-B Davistown Rd./Asyla Rd.
39°47′35″N 75°2′46″W / 39.79306°N 75.04611°W / 39.79306; -75.04611 (Solomon Wesley United Methodist Church)
Blackwood, New Jersey
Rockaway Valley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Boonton, New Jersey
New Asbury Methodist Episcopal Meetinghouse built
NRHP-listed
Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Glendale Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Glendale, New Jersey
Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Gouldtown, New Jersey
Methodist Episcopal Church (Madison, New Jersey) Madison NJ United Methodist Church.jpg 1870 built
2008 NRHP-listed
24 Madison Ave. Madison, New Jersey Romanesque
Clarksburg Methodist Episcopal Church Clarksburg Methodist Episcopal Church (4).JPG 1845 built
1999 NRHP-listed
512 Cty Rd. 524
40°11′29″N 74°27′5″W / 40.19139°N 74.45139°W / 40.19139; -74.45139 (Clarksburg Methodist Episcopal Church)
Millstone Township, New Jersey Mid 19th Century Revival
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Montclair, New Jersey
Mount Salem Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Mt. Salem, New Jersey
Simpson United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Perth Amboy, New Jersey
Richwood Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richwood, New Jersey
Harmony Hill United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Stillwater, New Jersey
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Springtown, New Jersey
Stockholm United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Stockholm, New Jersey
Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church and Mount Zion Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Woolwich, New Jersey
Mount Bethel Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Vienna, New Jersey

New Mexico[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Episcopal Church Old First Methodist Church Albuquerque.jpg 1904 built
1976 NRHP-listed
3rd St. and Lead Ave.
35°4′52.5″N 106°39′4.5″W / 35.081250°N 106.651250°W / 35.081250; -106.651250 (First Methodist Episcopal Church (Albuquerque, New Mexico))
Albuquerque, New Mexico Late Gothic Revival, Folk Gothic
First Methodist Church of Clovis built
NRHP-listed
Clovis, New Mexico
Phillips Chapel CME Church built
NRHP-listed
Las Cruces, New Mexico
St. John's Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Raton, New Mexico

New York[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg 1914 built
2008 NRHP-listed
42°39′53″N 73°47′30″W / 42.66472°N 73.79167°W / 42.66472; -73.79167 (Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church) Albany, New York Collegiate Gothic
Densmore Methodist Church of the Thousand Islands built
NRHP-listed
Alexandria, New York
North Settlement Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ashland, New York
West Settlement Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ashland, New York
Thompson A.M.E. Zion Church Harriet Tubman church.JPG built
1974 NRHP-listed
1974 NHL
42°54′39.97″N 76°34′4.01″W / 42.9111028°N 76.5677806°W / 42.9111028; -76.5677806 (Thompson A.M.E. Zion Church) Auburn, New York Part of a United States National Historic Landmark honoring Harriet Tubman
Wall Street Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Auburn, New York
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Avon built
NRHP-listed
Avon, New York
Bay Shore Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Bay Shore, New York
Trinity Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Beacon, New York
East Berkshire United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Berkshire, New York
Bloomville Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Bloomville, New York
Andrews United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Brooklyn, New York
Bay Ridge United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Brooklyn, New York
Buck's Bridge United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Buck's Bridge, New York
Delaware Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Buffalo, New York
Durham Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Buffalo, New York
Richmond Avenue Methodist-Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Buffalo, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church of Butler built
NRHP-listed
Butler Center, New York
Callicoon Methodist Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Callicoon, New York
Canastota Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Canastota, New York
United Methodist Church (Chaumont, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Chaumont, New York
Cochecton Center Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Cochecton Center, New York
Newtonville United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Colonie, New York
Copake United Methodist Church and Copake Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Copake, New York
Crescent Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Crescent, New York
Asbury United Methodist Church and Bethel Chapel and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Croton-on-Hudson, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church of East DeKalb built
NRHP-listed
DeKalb, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church (Dryden, New York) Methodist Episcopal Church Dryden NY Jan 10.jpg 1874 built
1984 NRHP-listed
2 North St.42°29′26″N 76°17′51″W / 42.49056°N 76.29750°W / 42.49056; -76.29750 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Dryden, New York)) Dryden, New York Romanesque
West Dryden Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Dryden, New York
Duane Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Duane, New York
Dundee Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Dundee, New York
Ellis Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Ellis Hollow, New York
Fly Creek Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Fly Creek, New York
East Genoa Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Genoa, New York
Glen Wild Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Glen Wild, New York
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Gloversville, New York
Harpursville United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Harpursville, New York
Hawleyton Methodist Episcopal Church, Old built
NRHP-listed
Hawleyton, New York
Commack Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Huntington, New York
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ilion, New York
Italy Valley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Italy, New York
Leon United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Leon, New York
Lodi Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lodi, New York
Logan Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Logan, New York
Mamaroneck Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mamaroneck, New York
Middlesex Center Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Middlesex, New York
Vine Valley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Middlesex, New York
United Methodist Church (Morristown, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Morristown, New York
United Methodist Church and Parsonage United Methodist Church and Parsonage Mount Kisco NY Dec 11.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Mount Kisco, New York
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mount Vernon, New York
Narrowsburg Methodist Church Narrowsburg Methodist Church Feb 10.jpg 1856 built
2000 NRHP-listed
Lake St.41°36′18″N 75°3′45″W / 41.60500°N 75.06250°W / 41.60500; -75.06250 (Narrowsburg Methodist Church) Narrowsburg, New York Greek Revival
John Street United Methodist Church John-st-methodist-church.JPG 1841 built
1973 NRHP-listed
40°42′32.55″N 74°0′31.25″W / 40.7090417°N 74.0086806°W / 40.7090417; -74.0086806 (John Street Methodist Church) New York City Georgian style, designed by Philip Embury
John Street Methodist Church John-st-methodist-church.JPG built
NRHP-listed
New York, New York (is there a row for this already, above?)
Woodrow Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
New York, New York
North Ridge United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
North Ridge, New York
Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich built
NRHP-listed
Norwich, New York
St. Paul's United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Nyack, New York
Oak Hill Methodist Episcopal Church Oak Hill Methodist Episcopal Church Jul 10.jpg 1859 built
2006 NRHP-listed
42°24′45″N 74°9′18″W / 42.41250°N 74.15500°W / 42.41250; -74.15500 (Oak Hill Methodist Episcopal Church) Oak Hill, New York Greek Revival
Oak Hill Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Oak Hill, New York
La Fargeville United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Orleans, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church (Orleans, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Orleans, New York
Methodist-Protestant Church at Fisher's Landing built
NRHP-listed
Orleans, New York
Waits Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Owego, New York
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Parksville built
NRHP-listed
Parksville, New York
United Methodist Church (Patchogue, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Patchogue, New York
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Perry built
NRHP-listed
Perry, New York
Petersburgh United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Petersburgh, New York
Port Gibson United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Port Gibson, New York
Yatesville Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Potter, New York
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church and Rectory built
NRHP-listed
Poughkeepsie, New York
Tompkins Corners United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Putnam Valley, New York
Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Remsen, New York
Hillside Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Rhinebeck, New York
Riverside Methodist Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Rhinecliff, New York
Richmondville United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmondville, New York
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Rome built
NRHP-listed
Rome, New York
Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Sandy Creek, New York
Gallupville Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Schoharie, New York
Wesleyan Methodist Church (Seneca Falls, New York) Wesleyan Methodist Church (Seneca Falls, New York) front view.jpg 1843 built
NRHP-listed
Seneca Falls, New York
Mt. Zion Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Somers, New York
Spencerport Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Spencerport, New York
Starkey United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Starkey, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church (Stony Creek, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Stony Creek, New York
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Nyack built
NRHP-listed
Upper Nyack, New York
Vernon Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Vernon, New York
Ladentown United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Village of Pomona, New York
Walden United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Walden, New York
United Methodist Church (Waterloo, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Waterloo, New York
Ohio Street Methodist Episcopal Church Complex built
NRHP-listed
Watervliet, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church of West Martinsburg built
NRHP-listed
West Martinsburg, New York
Methodist Episcopal Church of Windham Centre built
NRHP-listed
Windham, New York

North Carolina[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Fulton United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Advance, North Carolina
Ebenezer Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bells, North Carolina
Thomas Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Black Mountain, North Carolina
Carver's Creek Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Council, North Carolina
Mount Zion United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Crabtree, North Carolina
Mount Ebal Methodist Protestant Church built
NRHP-listed
Denton, North Carolina
Duke Memorial United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Durham, North Carolina
St. Joseph's African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Durham, North Carolina
Trinity Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Elizabethtown, North Carolina
Eureka United Methodist Church 1884 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Church St.35°32′40″N 77°52′47″W / 35.54444°N 77.87972°W / 35.54444; -77.87972 (Eureka United Methodist Church) Eureka, North Carolina Carpenter Gothic style
Camp Ground Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Hay Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Garysburg United Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Garysburg, North Carolina
Germanton Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Germanton, North Carolina
Tabernacle Methodist Protestant Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Greensboro, North Carolina
West Market Street Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Greensboro, North Carolina
Snow Creek Methodist Church and Burying Ground built
NRHP-listed
Harmony, North Carolina
Salem Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Huntsboro, North Carolina
Lake Toxaway Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lake Toxaway, North Carolina
St. Frances Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lewiston, North Carolina
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lincolnton, North Carolina
Centenary Methodist Church (New Bern, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
New Bern, North Carolina
Rue Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
New Bern, North Carolina
Hebron Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Oakville, North Carolina
St. Paul A.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Raleigh, North Carolina
Asbury Methodist Church (Raynham, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Raynham, North Carolina
Centenary Methodist Church (Rowland, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Rowland, North Carolina
Gilboa Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Salem, North Carolina
Rehoboth Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Skinnersville, North Carolina
Center Street A.M.E. Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Statesville, North Carolina
Purdie House and Purdie Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Tar Heel, North Carolina
Weaverville United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Weaverville, North Carolina
Webster Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Webster, North Carolina
Wentworth Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Wentworth, North Carolina
Goler Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Ebenezer United Methodist Church Mount Holly, North Carolina

North Dakota[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Episcopal Church (Devils Lake, North Dakota) 1915 built
2008 NRHP-listed
601 5th St. NE.
48°6′56″N 98°51′24″W / 48.11556°N 98.85667°W / 48.11556; -98.85667 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Devils Lake, North Dakota))
Devils Lake, North Dakota Designed by Joseph A. Shannon in Classical Revival, Romanesque
Drayton United Methodist Church 1906 built
1979 NRHP-listed
ND 44
48°33′48″N 97°10′37″W / 48.56333°N 97.17694°W / 48.56333; -97.17694 (Drayton United Methodist Church)
Drayton, North Dakota Akron Plan church in Romanesque, Late Romanesque Revival, Other

Ohio[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Wesley Temple AME Church 1928 built
1994 NRHP-listed
104 N. Prospect St.41°5′10″N 81°30′38″W / 41.08611°N 81.51056°W / 41.08611; -81.51056 (Wesley Temple AME Church) Akron, Ohio Classical Revival
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Alliance, Ohio built
NRHP-listed
Alliance, Ohio
Bethel Methodist Church Bethel Methodist Church (Bantam, Ohio).JPG 1818 built
1978 NRHP-listed
39°0′26″N 84°8′18″W / 39.00722°N 84.13833°W / 39.00722; -84.13833 (Bethel Methodist Church (Bantam, Ohio)) Bantam, Ohio
Canal Winchester Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Canal Winchester, Ohio
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Canton, Ohio
Chesterville Methodist Church Chesterville Methodist Church.jpg 1851 built
1979 NRHP-listed
Sandusky and East Sts.
40°28′46″N 82°40′54″W / 40.47944°N 82.68167°W / 40.47944; -82.68167 (Chesterville Methodist Church)
Chesterville, Ohio Greek Revival
Clifton Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
First German Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Hyde Park Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Northside United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Salem Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Westwood United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Winton Place Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Pansy Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Clarksville, Ohio
First Methodist Church (Cleveland, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Cleveland, Ohio
St. John's AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Cleveland, Ohio
Broad Street United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbus, Ohio
King Avenue United Methodist Church (Columbus, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Columbus, Ohio
Methodist Episcopal Church (Crestline, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Crestline, Ohio
Stratford Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Delaware, Ohio
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Elyria, Ohio
Old Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Fredericktown, Ohio
Gates Mills Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Gates Mills, Ohio
Groveport United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Groveport, Ohio
Hilliard Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Hilliard, Ohio
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
London, Ohio
York United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mallet Creek, Ohio
Central United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mansfield, Ohio
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Massillon, Ohio
The Methodist Episcopal Church of Painesville built
NRHP-listed
Painesville, Ohio
United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mariemont, Ohio
United Methodist Church (Mechanicsburg, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Mechanicsburg, Ohio
United Methodist Church (Millersburg, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Millersburg, Ohio
Pataskala United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Pataskala, Ohio
Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Pleasant City, Ohio
Bigelow United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Portsmouth, Ohio
Salem Methodist Episcopal Church Salem United Methodist Church.jpg 1910 built
NRHP-listed
244 S. Broadway40°53′56″N 80°51′19″W / 40.89889°N 80.85528°W / 40.89889; -80.85528 (Salem Methodist Episcopal Church) Salem, Ohio Romanesque
St.Stephens' AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Sandusky, Ohio
First Methodist Episcopal-Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church built
NRHP-listed
Steubenville, Ohio
Pleasant Ridge United Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Tiffin, Ohio
St. Paul AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Urbana, Ohio
Mount Tabor Methodist Episcopal Church (West Liberty, Ohio) Mt. Tabor Church Building and Cemetery.jpg built
NRHP-listed
West Liberty, Ohio
First United Methodist Church UMC Woodsfield.jpg 1899 built
2006 NRHP-listed
136 N. Main St.
39°45′49″N 81°6′54″W / 39.76361°N 81.11500°W / 39.76361; -81.11500 (First United Methodist Church (Woodsfield, Ohio))
Woodsfield, Ohio Romanesque, Late Gothic Revival
Village Chapel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ashville, Ohio
Brice United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Brice, Ohio

Oklahoma[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Church Building built
NRHP-listed
Atoka, Oklahoma
Blackburn Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Blackburn, Oklahoma
Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Checotah, Oklahoma
First United Methodist Church of Drumright built
NRHP-listed
Drumright, Oklahoma
Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Lawton, Oklahoma
Methodist Church of Marshall built
NRHP-listed
Marshall, Oklahoma
Mulhall United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mulhall, Oklahoma
Ward Chapel AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Muskogee, Oklahoma
Boston Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church BostonAvenueMethodist.jpg 1929 built
1978 NRHP-listed
1999 NHL
1301 South Boston Ave.
36°8′38″N 95°59′4″W / 36.14389°N 95.98444°W / 36.14389; -95.98444 (Boston Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church)
Tulsa, Oklahoma Art Deco building designed by architect Bruce Goff, built during 1927-29. Designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark
First Methodist-Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Vinita, Oklahoma
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Walters, Oklahoma

Oregon[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Episcopal Church South Methodist Episcopal Church South Albany.jpg built c. 1875
NRHP-listed 1979
238 E. 3rd Street
44°38′9.2″N 123°6′7.8″W / 44.635889°N 123.102167°W / 44.635889; -123.102167
Albany, Oregon
Canyonville Methodist Church Canyonville Methodist Church - Canyonville Oregon.jpg built 1868
NRHP-listed 1984
2nd and Pine Streets
42°55′38″N 123°16′49″W / 42.92722°N 123.28028°W / 42.92722; -123.28028 (Canyonville Methodist Church)
Canyonville, Oregon
Dayton Methodist Episcopal Church built 1862
NRHP-listed 1987
302 4th Street Dayton, Oregon
Free Methodist Church Free Methodist Church - Dayton, Oregon.JPG built 1885
NRHP-listed 1987
411 Oak Street
45°13′19.3″N 123°4′49″W / 45.222028°N 123.08028°W / 45.222028; -123.08028 (Free Methodist Church)
Dayton, Oregon
Echo Methodist Church Echo Community Church - Echo Oregon.jpg built 1886
NRHP-listed 1997
1 N. Bonanza Street
45°44′34.1″N 119°11′41.4″W / 45.742806°N 119.194833°W / 45.742806; -119.194833 (Echo Methodist Church)
Echo, Oregon
Beulah Methodist Episcopal Church Beulah Methodist Episcopal Church Falls City.jpg built 1892
NRHP-listed 2002
242 N. Main Street
44°51′58.3″N 123°25′54.1″W / 44.866194°N 123.431694°W / 44.866194; -123.431694 (Beulah Methodist Episcopal Church)
Falls City, Oregon
Willamette Station Site, Methodist Mission in Oregon built
NRHP-listed
Gervais, Oregon
Methodist Episcopal Church of Goshen built
NRHP-listed
Goshen, Oregon
Newman United Methodist Church Newman Methodist Episcopal Church (Josephine County, Oregon scenic images) (josD0007).jpg built 1889
NRHP-listed 1977
128 Northeast B Street
42°26′34.6″N 123°19′27.6″W / 42.442944°N 123.324333°W / 42.442944; -123.324333 (Newman United Methodist Church)
Grants Pass, Oregon
Jefferson Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Jefferson, Oregon
Rock Creek Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Molalla, Oregon
Methodist Episcopal Church South Methodist Episcopal Church South - Roseburg Oregon.jpg built 1922
NRHP-listed 1985
809 SE Main Street
43°12′24″N 123°20′41″W / 43.20667°N 123.34472°W / 43.20667; -123.34472 (Methodist Episcopal Church South)
Roseburg, Oregon
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Salem United Methodist Salem Oregon corner.JPG 1878 built
1973 NRHP-listed
600 State Street
44°56′20.3″N 123°2′7.6″W / 44.938972°N 123.035444°W / 44.938972; -123.035444 (Salem First United Methodist Church)
Salem, Oregon
Troutdale Methodist Episcopal Church Troutdale Methodist Episcopal Church 2 - Troutdale Oregon.jpg built 1895
NRHP-listed 1993
302 SE Harlow St.
45°32′21″N 122°23′10.1″W / 45.53917°N 122.386139°W / 45.53917; -122.386139 (Troutdale Methodist Episcopal Church)
Troutdale, Oregon

Pennsylvania[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Philip G. Cochran Memorial United Methodist Church 1922 built
1984 NRHP-listed
Howell and Griscom Sts.
40°2′49″N 79°39′17″W / 40.04694°N 79.65472°W / 40.04694; -79.65472 (Cochran Memorial United Methodist Church)
Dawson, Pennsylvania Late Gothic Revival
St. George's Methodist Church Philadelphia StGeorgesUMC from West.jpg 1767 built
1971 NRHP-listed
324 New St.
39°57′17.9″N 75°8′46.82″W / 39.954972°N 75.1463389°W / 39.954972; -75.1463389 (St. George's Methodist Church)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Union Methodist Episcopal Church Union ME Church Philly.JPG 1889 built
1980 NRHP-listed
2019 W. Diamond St.
39°59′10″N 75°10′3″W / 39.98611°N 75.16750°W / 39.98611; -75.16750 (Union Methodist Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania))
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Romanesque, Richardsonian Romanesque
Bethel A.M.E. Church (Reading, Pennsylvania) built
NRHP-listed
Reading, Pennsylvania
Methodist Episcopal Church of Burlington 1822 built
1990 NRHP-listed
US 6 at Township Rd. 357
41°46′24″N 76°37′53″W / 41.77333°N 76.63139°W / 41.77333; -76.63139 (Methodist Episcopal Church of Burlington)
West Burlington, Pennsylvania Greek Revival

Puerto Rico[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Primera Iglesia Metodista Unida de Ponce IMG 2874 - Methodist Church on Villa Street in Ponce, Puerto Rico.jpg 1907 built
1987 NRHP-listed
Calle Villa 135
18°0′44″N 66°36′58″W / 18.01222°N 66.61611°W / 18.01222; -66.61611 (Primera Iglesia Metodista Unida de Ponce)
Ponce, Puerto Rico Eclectic early 20th century work, important as first Puerto Rico design by Czech architect Antonin Nechodoma

Rhode Island[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Warren United Methodist Church and Parsonage Warren Methodist Church.jpg 1844 built
1971 NRHP-listed
41°43′49″N 71°17′2″W / 41.73028°N 71.28389°W / 41.73028; -71.28389 (Warren United Methodist Church and Parsonage) Warren, Rhode Island Greek Revival, Italian Villa

South Carolina[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Bethel Methodist Church Bethel Methodist Church, 57 Pitt Street, Charleston (Charleston County, South Carolina).jpg built
NRHP-listed
Charleston, South Carolina
Old Bethel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Charleston, South Carolina
Bethel A.M.E. Church BethelAMEColumbiaMLKDay.JPG built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, South Carolina
Sidney Park Colored Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, South Carolina
Washington Street United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, South Carolina
Wesley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, South Carolina
McBee Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Conestee, South Carolina
Conway Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Conway, South Carolina
Allen Temple A.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Greenville, South Carolina
John Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church John Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg 1899 built
1978 NRHP-listed
101 E. Court Street34°50′52″N 82°23′55″W / 34.84778°N 82.39861°W / 34.84778; -82.39861 (John Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church) Greenville, South Carolina Gothic Revival and vernacular
Providence Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Holly Hill, South Carolina
Shiloh Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Inman, South Carolina
St. Paul's Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Little Rock, South Carolina
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
McClellanville, South Carolina
Monticello Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Monticello, South Carolina
Mizpah Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Olar, South Carolina
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Orangeburg, South Carolina
White House United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Orangeburg, South Carolina
Appleby's Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
St. George, South Carolina
Central Methodist Church (Spartanburg, South Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Spartanburg, South Carolina
Spann Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Ward, South Carolina

South Dakota[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Aberdeen, South Dakota
Sterling Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bruce, South Dakota
Esmond Methodist Episcopal Church and Township Hall built
NRHP-listed
Esmond, South Dakota
Florence Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Florence, South Dakota
Bethany United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lodgepole, South Dakota
Oldham Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Oldham, South Dakota
Methodist Episcopal Church (Pierre, South Dakota) Methodist Episcopal Church Pierre South Dakota.JPG 1910 built
1997 NRHP-listed
117 Central Ave., N.
44°22′16″N 100°21′12″W / 44.37111°N 100.35333°W / 44.37111; -100.35333 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Pierre, South Dakota))
Pierre, South Dakota Late Gothic Revival
Dunlap Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Platte, South Dakota
Quinn Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Quinn, South Dakota
Methodist Episcopal Church (Scotland, South Dakota) 1872 built
1979 NRHP-listed
811 6th St.
43°8′51″N 97°42′1″W / 43.14750°N 97.70028°W / 43.14750; -97.70028 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Scotland, South Dakota))
Scotland, South Dakota Also known as Heritage Museum Chapel
First Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Vermillion, South Dakota
Methodist Episcopal Church of Wessington Springs built
NRHP-listed
Wessington Springs, South Dakota
Underwood United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
White Lake, South Dakota

Tennessee[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Algood Methodist Church Algood-tennessee-methodist2.jpg 1899 built
1979 NRHP-listed
158 Wall St.36°11′37″N 85°26′57″W / 36.19361°N 85.44917°W / 36.19361; -85.44917 (Algood Methodist Church) Algood, Tennessee Late Victorian
Trinity United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Athens, Tennessee
Capleville Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Capleville, Tennessee
Carthage United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Carthage, Tennessee
Charleston United Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Charleston, Tennessee
Highland Park Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Wiley United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Madison Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Clarksville, Tennessee
Clarksville Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Clarksville, Tennessee
St. Peter African Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Clarksville, Tennessee
Broad Street United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Cleveland, Tennessee
College Grove Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
College Grove, Tennessee
First United Methodist Church of Columbia built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, Tennessee
Cornersville Methodist Episcopal Church South built
NRHP-listed
Cornersville, Tennessee
Culleoka Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Culleoka, Tennessee
Dancyville United Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Dancyville, Tennessee
Decatur Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Decatur, Tennessee
Mount Zion Methodist Episcopal Church South built
NRHP-listed
Fall River, Tennessee
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church built 1913
NRHP-listed 2003
Fayetteville, Tennessee
Trinity United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Franklin, Tennessee
First Methodist Church, Gatlinburg built
NRHP-listed
Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Williamson Chapel CME Church Complex built
NRHP-listed
Greenlawn, Tennessee
First Methodist Episcopal Church, South (Humboldt, Tennessee) built
NRHP-listed
Humboldt, Tennessee
McKendree Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Jasper, Tennessee
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, South Asbury-united-methodist-church-tn1.jpg 1898 built
1997 NRHP-listed
35°57′13″N 83°49′33″W / 35.95361°N 83.82583°W / 35.95361; -83.82583 (Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, South) Knoxville, Tennessee Late Gothic Revival
Central United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Knoxville, Tennessee
Church Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Knoxville, Tennessee
Lincoln Park United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Knoxville, Tennessee
New Salem United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Knoxville, Tennessee
Seven Islands Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Knoxville, Tennessee
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Knoxville, Tennessee
Pickett Chapel Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lebanon, Tennessee
First Methodist Church (McMinnville, Tennessee) built
NRHP-listed
McMinnville, Tennessee
Collins Chapel CME Church and Site built
NRHP-listed
Memphis, Tennessee
Martin Memorial Temple CME Church built
NRHP-listed
Memphis, Tennessee
Union Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Memphis, Tennessee
Barrs Chapel C.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Midway, Tennessee
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church 1889 built
1995 NRHP-listed
224 S. Maney Ave.38°50′38″N 86°23′14″W / 38.84389°N 86.38722°W / 38.84389; -86.38722 (Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church) Murfreesboro, Tennessee Gable-end, Gothic Revival
Capers C.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Nashville, Tennessee
Elm Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Nashville, Tennessee
Old Hickory Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Old Hickory, Tennessee
Pikeville Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Pikeville, Tennessee
Pisgah United Methodist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Pisgah, Tennessee
Campbell Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Pulaski, Tennessee
Olivet United Methodist Church, Parsonage and School built
NRHP-listed
Riversburg, Tennessee
Henderson Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Rutledge, Tennessee
Oak Grove Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ten Mile, Tennessee
Mt. Zion Colored Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Union City, Tennessee
Verona Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Verona, Tennessee
Evans Chapel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Waynesboro, Tennessee
Bethlehem Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Wildwood, Tennessee

Texas[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Wesley United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Austin, Texas
Chappell Hill Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Chappell Hill, Texas
Polk Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Amarillo, Texas
Reedy Chapel-AME Church built
NRHP-listed
Galveston, Texas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Paris, Texas
First United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
San Marcos, Texas
Marvin Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Tyler, Texas
Mount Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Palestine, Texas
Webster Chapel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Victoria, Texas
First Methodist Church (Cuero, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Cuero, Texas
First Methodist Episcopal Church of Tioga Center First Methodist Episcopal Church of Tioga Center May 09.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Tioga, New York
First Methodist Church of Rockwall built
NRHP-listed
Rockwall, Texas
First Methodist Church (Georgetown, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Georgetown, Texas
First Methodist Church (Marshall, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Marshall, Texas
Old First Methodist Episcopal Church South built
NRHP-listed
Wharton, Texas
Methodist Church Concord built
NRHP-listed
Carthage, Texas
Morning Chapel Colored Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Fort Worth, Texas
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church (Dallas, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Dallas, Texas
Mount Zion United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Belton, Texas
Mt. Zion Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Brenham, Texas
Oak Lawn Methodist Episcopal Church, South built
NRHP-listed
Dallas, Texas
Saint John's Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Georgetown, Texas
Saint John's Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Stamford, Texas
Salado United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Salado, Texas
St. James Colored Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Tyler, Texas
Alamo Methodist Church Alamo methodist church 2012.jpg 1912 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1150 S. Alamo St.29°24′40″N 98°29′34″W / 29.41111°N 98.49278°W / 29.41111; -98.49278 (Alamo Methodist Church) San Antonio, Texas Designed by Beverly Spillman in Mission/Spanish Revival style.

Utah[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Copperton Community Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Copperton, Utah
Corinne Methodist Episcopal Church Corinne Methodist Episcopal Church.jpg 1870 built
NRHP-listed
Corner of Colorado and S. 600 Sts.41°32′51″N 112°6′40″W / 41.54750°N 112.11111°W / 41.54750; -112.11111 (Corinne Methodist Episcopal Church) Corinne, Utah
First Methodist Episcopal Church 1905 built
1995 NRHP-listed
200 S. 200 East40°46′24″N 111°54′29″W / 40.77333°N 111.90806°W / 40.77333; -111.90806 (First Methodist Episcopal Church (Salt Lake City, Utah)) Salt Lake City, Utah Victorian Eclectic architecture
Trinity A.M.E. Church Trinity AME Church SLC.jpeg 1909 built
1976 NRHP-listed
Salt Lake City, Utah

Vermont[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Church of Burlington First Methodist Church of Burlington.JPG 1869 built
1978 NRHP-listed
S. Winooski Ave.44°28′43″N 73°12′38″W / 44.47861°N 73.21056°W / 44.47861; -73.21056 (First Methodist Church of Burlington) Burlington, Vermont Romanesque
Methodist Episcopal Church of Isle La Motte Methodist-Episcopal Church Isle La Motte.JPG 1843 built
2001 NRHP-listed
67 Church St.44°52′37″N 73°20′17″W / 44.87694°N 73.33806°W / 44.87694; -73.33806 (Methodist Episcopal Church of Isle La Motte) Isle La Motte, Vermont Greek Revival
Methodist-Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Stannard, Vermont
Methodist Episcopal Church (Swanton, Vermont) 1895 built
2001 NRHP-listed
25 Grand Ave., Swanton Village44°55′7″N 73°7′30″W / 44.91861°N 73.12500°W / 44.91861; -73.12500 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Swanton, Vermont)) Swanton, Vermont Queen Anne
South Tunbridge Methodist Episcopal Church South Tunbridge Methodist Episcopal Church. Tunbridge VT.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Tunbridge, Vermont
Waterbury Center Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Waterbury Center, Vermont
Wesleyan Methodist Church (Weybridge, Vermont) built
NRHP-listed
Weybridge, Vermont
Methodist Episcopal Church of Winooski built
NRHP-listed
Winooski, Vermont

Virginia[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Graysontown Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Graysontown, Virginia
Main Street Methodist Episcopal Church South built
NRHP-listed
Danville, Virginia
Butterwood Methodist Church and Butterwood Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Blackstone, Virginia
St. John's African Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
Thomas Methodist Episcopal Chapel built
NRHP-listed
Thaxton, Virginia
Third Street Bethel A.M.E. Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
Trinity Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
Washington Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Petersburg, Virginia
Zion Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
Trinity United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ellett, Virginia
Silverbook Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lorton, Virginia
Epworth United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
Chilhowie Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Chilhowie, Virginia
Lomax African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church built
NRHP-listed
Arlington, Virginia
Mt. Vernon Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Maces Spring, Virginia
Monumental Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Portsmouth, Virginia
Mt. Olive Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Leesburg, Virginia
Rocky Run Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Alberta, Virginia

Washington[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Episcopal Church of Port Hadlock built
NRHP-listed
Hadlock, Washington
First Methodist Protestant Church of Seattle built
NRHP-listed
Seattle, Washington
Tumwater Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Tumwater, Washington

West Virginia[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Andrews Methodist Church International Mothers Day Shrine.jpg 1873 built
1970 NRHP-listed
Grafton, West Virginia "Mother Church" of Mother's Day; a U.S. National Historic Landmark
Southern Methodist Church Building built
NRHP-listed
Buckhannon, West Virginia
Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Charleston, West Virginia
Trinity Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church built
NRHP-listed
Clarksburg, West Virginia
John Wesley Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Lynch Chapel United Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Morgantown, West Virginia

Wisconsin[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Methodist Episcopal Church 421 South Farwell St, Eau Claire, WI.JPG 1911 built
1999 NRHP-listed
421 S. Farwell St.
44°48′37″N 91°29′48″W / 44.81028°N 91.49667°W / 44.81028; -91.49667 (First Methodist Episcopal Church (Eau Claire, Wisconsin))
Eau Claire, Wisconsin Late Gothic Revival
Court Street Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Janesville, Wisconsin
Linden Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Linden, Wisconsin
Highland Avenue Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
First Methodist Church (Monroe, Wisconsin) built
NRHP-listed
Monroe, Wisconsin
Old Plover Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Plover, Wisconsin
Algoma Boulevard Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
First Methodist Church (Oshkosh, Wisconsin) built
NRHP-listed
Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Plum Grove Primitive Methodist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ridgeway, Wisconsin
First Methodist Church (Waukesha, Wisconsin) First Methodist Church 2012-09-26 19-54-26.jpg built
NRHP-listed
Waukesha, Wisconsin It was designed by noted church architect Henry F. Starbuck in Romanesque style.

Wyoming[edit]

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Methodist Episcopal Church (Buffalo, Wyoming) Methodist Church Buffalo Wyoming.jpg 1899 built
1976 NRHP-listed
Fort and N. Adams Sts.44°20′55″N 106°42′1″W / 44.34861°N 106.70028°W / 44.34861; -106.70028 (Methodist Episcopal Church (Buffalo, Wyoming)) Buffalo, Wyoming Akron plan design
First United Methodist Church 1st U Methodist Cheyenne.JPG 1867 congregation
1890 built
1975 NRHP-listed
NE corner of 18th St. and Central Ave.41°8′7″N 104°48′53″W / 41.13528°N 104.81472°W / 41.13528; -104.81472 (First United Methodist Church (Cheyenne, Wyoming)) Cheyenne, Wyoming Congregation founded in 1867. Wild Bill Hickock was married in this church, in 1876. 1890 building is "semi-Gothic".

| Acworth, Georgia | |-- | Quinn Chapel of the A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Chicago, Illinois | |-- | Bethel AME Church of Crawfordsville | | built
NRHP-listed | | Crawfordsville, Indiana | |-- | Mount Vernon A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Gamaliel, Kentucky | |-- | Union Bethel A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | New Orleans, Louisiana | |-- | Green Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Portland, Maine | |-- | St. Matthew's Chapel A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Boonville, Missouri | |-- | Bethel Chapel AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Louisiana, Missouri | |-- | AME Church of New Haven | | built
NRHP-listed | | New Haven, Missouri | |-- | Benton Avenue AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Springfield, Missouri | |-- | St. John's A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Omaha, Nebraska | |-- | Grant A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Chesilhurst, New Jersey | |-- | Wallace Chapel AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Summit Town, New Jersey | |-- | Thompson AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Auburn, New York | |-- | Bethel AME Church and Manse | | built
NRHP-listed | | Huntington, New York | |-- | St. James AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Ithaca, New York | |-- | Smith Metropolitan AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Poughkeepsie, New York | |-- | Foster Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Tarrytown, New York | |-- | Thomas Memorial AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Watertown, New York | |-- | Grace A.M.E. Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Charlotte, North Carolina | |-- | Emmanuel AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Durham, North Carolina | |-- | Evans Metropolitan AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Fayetteville, North Carolina | |-- | St. Peter's AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | New Bern, North Carolina | |-- | Goler Metropolitan AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Winston-Salem, North Carolina | |-- | Little Jerusalem AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Cornwells Heights, Pennsylvania | |-- | Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | |-- | Wesley AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | |-- | Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Greenwood, South Carolina | |-- | Clinton AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Kershaw, South Carolina | |-- | Mount Carmel A.M.E. Zion Campground | | built
NRHP-listed | | Lancaster, South Carolina | |-- | Williams Chapel A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Orangeburg, South Carolina | |-- | Christ Temple AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Dandridge, Tennessee | |-- | Craigs Chapel AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Greenback, Tennessee | |-- | St. Paul AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Johnson City, Tennessee | |-- | Pierce Chapel AME Church Cemetery | | built
NRHP-listed | | Kingsport, Tennessee | |-- | Allen Chapel AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Fort Worth, Texas | |-- | Hackney Chapel AME Zion Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Lenoir City, Tennessee | |-- | Greater St. Paul AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | San Angelo, Texas | |-- | Joshua Chapel A.M.E. Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Waxahachie, Texas | |-- | Bethel AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Parkersburg, West Virginia | |-- | Henry Logan Memorial AME Church | | built
NRHP-listed | | Parkersburg, West Virginia | |--

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09. 
  2. ^ St. George's United Methodist Church
  3. ^ Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church
  4. ^ Adelle Rivers (2005). "Andrews Chapel". Washington County Historical and Genealogical Quarterly (Washington County Alabama Historical and Genealogical Society) (October/November/December). 
  5. ^ Chiat, Marilyn Joyce Segal (1997). America's Religious Architecture: Sacred Places For Every Community. John Wiley and Sons. p. 279. ISBN 978-0-471-14502-8. 
  6. ^ Carol J. Waseleski (May 10, 1983). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Asbury United Methodist Church" (PDF). National Park Service.  and accompanying five photos from 1983
  7. ^ "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Grace Methodist Episcopal Church / Grace United Methodist Church" (PDF). National Park Service.  and accompanying seven photos from 1984 and c.1870
  8. ^ David Rue11 and Christine Fonda (March 1997). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Tuftonboro United Methodist Church" (PDF). National Park Service.  and accompanying six photos from 1995 and 1997