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Central Methodist Episcopal Church

Central United Methodist
Central United Methodist

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a.k.a. Central ME Church

300 Mary St
Evansville, IN 47710

Quick Timeline

1905 Ingle Street Church moves from old location and is renamed
1924 Church rebuilt to meet growing congregation
1955 Huge addition added in rear


Northwest corner of Mary St and Franklin Ave
District: Lamasco
Latitude: 37.980536396299
Longitude: -87.57105588913
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The old Ingle Street Church moves to Franklin and Mary St to build its new church. The church is subsequently renamed Central ME Church.

The congregation soon outgrew the building and a new church was erected on the same site. The cornerstone was laid October 1924, and the church was dedicated April 13, 1925. colonial revival

Finke Hall, a three-story building constructed adjacent to present church facing Mary St, added. Ground was broken Sept 24, 1956, and the addition was consecrated January 5, 1958.

See also

Official website Churches / Religion Lamasco district

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