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Fifteen in Texas

December 2, 2017

Today’s on-line search brought me to a bonanza of photographic images of churches in Texas. Wading through just the Methodist examples (1,292 of them), I came up with fifteen that show a good deal of promise. A couple are already in the database, but most are new—to me, at least. Until I can investigate each of them, here is the lot:

M.E. Church , Crowell, TX

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, Dallas, TX

Methodist Episcopal Church, Eddy, TX

Wesley Tabernacle M. E. Church, Galveston, TX

M. E. Church, Hereford, TX

M. E. Church, Hereford, TX

McKenzie M. E. Church, Honey Grove, TX

M. E. Church, Paducah, TX

Congregational Church, Palestine, TX

M. E. Church, Palestine, TX

M. E. Church (mislabelled Baptist), Palestine, TX

M. E. Church, Palestine, TX

M. E. Church, Robstown, TX

M. E. Church, Stamford, TX

Austin Avenue M. E. Church, Waco, TX

Austin Avenue M. E. Church, Waco, TX

M. E. Church, Alpine, TX

M. E. Church, Austin, TX

M. E. Church, Childress, TX

M. E. Church, Crowell, TX

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One Comment
  1. Drew Edwards permalink

    Grace Methodist in Dallas was originally an Akron plan. The church grew very quickly in a very short period of time, prompting a drastic change elongating the main sanctuary and sectioning off the Sunday school annex. The church is, in my humble opinion, one of the most beautiful and unique in Dallas.

    The post card labeled “Austin Avenue ME Church, Waco” is mislabeled. It is actually also Grace Methodist.

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