Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Churches  



They have been an interigal part of the community since it began - they have been a force that has tied the Academy, lake and the town together - a place of worship.


A. M. E. Rollins Chapel

    AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL - small frame building known as Rollins Chapel. Began as a mission; became a church in 1917. {in Harding Court, bet. Lake Shore Drive and Washington Street}


Culver Bible Church

Culver Military Chapel

Culver Park Assembly - 1898

Wesley Methodist
    MARMONT METHODIST - Methodist Episcopal; first white frame church built in 1868 and rebuilt in 1898-99 of brick. {SW corner of Main & Washington Streets}


Enamuel United Methodist Church   [Albright, Evangelical United Brethern
    EMMANUEL - Evangelical; built in 1899 using materials (SIC) from the old Albright Church . A brick veneer church was built in 1924 and is now the Emmanuel United Methodist Church. {401 S. Main Street} aka ALBRIGHT - Evangelical; erected 1872. The church was torn down in 1899 and rebuilt in Culver. {N side of W. 20A Road, bet. S. Union & S. Tulip Roads}


Grace United Church of Christ [Zion Reformed, Grace Reformed Church]
    GRACE REFORMED - Marmont Charge of the Reformed Church, organized in 1885, church built in 1890; closely tied to Zion Church. Early members were largely German & Swiss immigrants. {corner of Plymouth & Cass Streets} - - Was the ZION - German Reformed; congregation organized in 1866 meeting in Romick's (Romigs or Kaleys) schoolhouse; church built in 1872, dedicated in 1873. {W side of Upas Road, bet. W. 19B & W. 20th Roads}


St. Elizabeth's Episcopalian

Trinity Lutheran Church

Wesley United Methodist
CHRISTIAN CHURCH - "New Lights". The congregation dispersed and the building was converted into a private residence. {on Lake St. a short distance north of Lake Shore Drive} St. Mary's
    CATHOLIC CHURCH - built in 1897; struck by lightning and burned in 1905. The property was sold and is now a private home. {NE corner of Lakeview Street & Lake Shore Drive}







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