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German Methodist Episcopal Church

German ME Church


German ME Church

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a.k.a. 4th Street ME Church

a.k.a. Courthouse Annex

202 NW 4th St, formerly 25 Upper 4th St
Evansville, IN

Quick Timeline

1867 New church is dedicated
1917 Officially changes name to 4th St ME Church
1937 Church leaves when it merges with Bayard Park ME
Becomes courthouse annex
1973 Building is razed


West corner of 4th St and Vine St
District: Downtown
Latitude: 37.973309806138
Longitude: -87.572734951973
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The German ME Church moves from its old location closer to the river. The new church is dedicated November 10, 1867.

In 1917, the church changed its name to 4th Street ME Church. 75 First German ME Church Methodist Corner of 4th and Vine Streets 1871 - 1872 4th 103 German Methodist Church Methodist Corner Vine and 4th Streets 1872 - 1909 4th 101 German ME Church Methodist Corner Vine and Fourth Streets 1866 - 1901 4th 76 First German ME Church Methodist 25 Upper 4th Street 1910 4th

The church later merged with Bayard Park Methodist. Its last sermon was Palm Sunday 1937. 3/21/37

became county courthouse annex 1936/7 razed dec 1973


site formerly first evansville graveyard

See also Churches / Religion Downtown district

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