Eureka Methodist Church
Historical Marker
Eureka, Navarro County, Texas


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Eureka Methodist Church

Prior to the Civil War, circuit riding ministers began serving Methodist settlers in this area. By the 1880s a formal congregation was organized, and in 1881 land was acquired from Mark H. Bird on which to build a church and establish a graveyard (now known as Bird Cemetery). A sanctuary built that year was destroyed by winds several years later. The church moved to this site in 1902 and has continued to serve the community. Recent building programs have resulted in the construction of an educational building, a parsonage, and a new sanctuary. Texas Sesquicentennial 1836 - 1986

Location: South Hwy 287, at CR SE 3100, Eureka, Texas


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