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Crawfordsville Christian Church

Crawfordsville Christian Church

In 1826 four miles SW of Crawfordsville, a young Tennessee-born minister, Michael Coombs and his wife held church for those who loved Christianity. He held church there from 1826 (June) until 1833 when a small 40x60' church was built at the corner of Wabash and Walnut 1888. By 1889, the present building was erected. A chapel, basement rooms and educational facilities were added. Rev. Paul E. Million was one of the longest-timed ministers from1947-1962. See photo at top or click on the name Christian Church to see pic of the church.  - corner of Wabash Avenue and Walnut Street. New minister, Peter (wife Abigail) Harper came in May 2014.

Crawfordsville Christian -- Source: Crawfordsville Star Jan 10, 1889 p 1
Myers & Swan, brick contractors, finished work on the new Christian Church yesterday. This is something never before known in this county of men laying brick so late as this time of the year, the greater part of the work being done since frost.

Below we have a self playing slide show.  By placing the cursor below the "Control Bar" you will see a description of the photo.  There is an icon "[ ]" on the right side of the "Control Bar" that by clicking on it the slide show will enlarge to "Full Screen".  You can then move forward or backward, at your own pace, by clicking on the right or left arrows.  Then there are full screen controls in the upper right hand corner.  Please enjoy!
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