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Favorite Old Photo: Barnetts Creek Community Center, Church

2014-04-01 - 1338 Barnetts Creek Road - Photo submitted by Bryan Rich.
The scene today at Barnett's Creek United Methodist Church is still beautiful, but this memory of the the church in 1950's as it was in the photo abo e, is locked in the memory of many as the all time icon of Barnett's Creek, when the Community Building, on the left , still stood as it does above, on the left, not long before a fire occurred at the church. The community house was saved; it was torn down in 1974. At the time, it was the Barnett's Creek Evangelical United Brethren church, long before merger in April of 1968, of the E.U.B. denomination with the Methodist Church to form the United Methodist Church. The present church on the site was dedicated in 1959.Comments welcome

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