Eau Gallie Historic District
Advent Christian Church
|Advent Christian Church|
Advent Christian Church
|Location||1598 Highland Avenue|
The Advent Christian Church is a U.S. church building located at 1598 Highland Avenue, Eau Gallie, Florida. The original building was constructed in 1914 and a new building was constructed between 1946 and 1948 using a majority of the materials from the old church. The church congregation initially formed on October 10, 1910 as the Second Advent Church. Reverend H. V. Skipper organized the church and it contained 30 members by the time the church was built, including several families of the area.
Detail of the facade
|Town or city||1540 Highland Avenue|
The Ginter Building is a historic U.S. building located at 1540 Highland Avenue, Eau Gallie, Florida. The building was constructed in 1926 by Clifford Ginter. Over the years, it was used as an apartment building, a rescue mission house, a store, professional offices, and a nursery school.
Oblique view of the Karrick Building
|Town or city||1490 Highland Avenue|
The Karrick Building is a historic U.S. building located at 1490 Highland Avenue, Eau Gallie, Florida. The building was constructed in 1924 by Jesse Karrick and it was used as a general merchandise and grocery store until 1963. Jesse Karrick was the first proprietor of the store and also served as the first fire chief of Eau Gallie.
Eau Gallie Arts District
The Eau Gallie Arts District received accreditation as a member of the National Main Street Center and the Florida Main Street, a program administered by the Division of Historical Resources at the Florida Department of State.
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- Advent Christian Church Historical marker from Brevard County, mounted at the left side of the Advent Christian Church.
- Ginter Building Historical marker mounted at the right side of the Ginter Building.
- Rajtar, Steve. Eau Gallie Historical Trail, 1999. Retrieved on February 05, 2008.
- Melbourne Chamber of Commerce. Melbourne: A Century of Memories (Melbourne, FL: National Printing, Inc., 1980), p. 72.
- Karrick’s Grocery Historical marker mounted at the front of the Karrick Building.
- Datzman, Ken. "Main Street program's four-point approach helps Eau Gallie Arts District thrive; much interest in commercial space availability; tourists from China check it out", Brevard Business News, vol 34, no. 44 (Melbourne, Florida, 24 October 2016), p. 15.