- Union Christian Church (Tuskegee, Alabama)
Union Christian Church, a Disciples of Christ congregation, was formed in the spring of 1897 by
EvangelistJohn Allen Branch. Originally, the congregation met under a brush arbor located in rural Macon County, Alabama, near the Tuskegee National Forest. The original church was built on land donated by Congressman Charlie W. Thompson, and it was completed in 1899. In June of 1937, the church was destroyed in a fire. A vacant school building and 5 1/2 acres were purchased and served as the church facility from September 1937 to 1963. On September 19, 1963, Union Christian Church dedicated its current church building.
Union Christian Church is a member congregation of the
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)and the Alabama-Northwest Florida Region. The congregation has a participating membership of 174 and an average worship attendance of 92.
The Alabama Historical Society has listed Union Christian Church as a state historical landmark.
*1897-1919 John Allen Branch
*1919-1927 Milligan Earnest
*1927-1932 J.C. Hunt
*1932-1936 Milligan Earnest
*1936-1937 Owen Hussey
*1937-1939 Robert Glenn
*1939-1946 Merle Tarvin
*1946-1947 G. L. Messenger, Sr.
*1948-1957 Harry Rogers
*1957-1960 Sam McCook
*1960-1962 J. C. Keesee
*1962-1963 Roy Burgess
*1963-1964 Lester Heinzman
*1965-1968 Lewis George
*1968-1972 Charles Myhand
*1973-1975 L. J. Cunningham
*1976 Gene Clack
*1977 Tony Campbell
*1978-1986 Charles Myhand
*1986-1992 Terrell L. Harper
* [http://www.archives.state.al.us/markers/imacon.html] Alabama Department of Archives and History
*Watson, George H. (1965) History of the Christian Churches in Alabama. Bethany Press.
* [http://www.disciples.org/ Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)] This is the official Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) website for the General ministries, with links to Regional and Congregational websites.
* [http://www.discipleshistory.org Disciples of Christ Historical Society] - Promoting Christian values by preserving the heritage and telling the story of the Stone-Campbell tradition.
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