Eutaw was laid out in December 1838 at the time that Greene County voters chose to relocate the county seat from Erie, which was located on the Black Warrior River. It was incorporated by an act of the state legislature on January 2, 1841.
Dedicated in March 1950, this church is part of a college campus closed in 2015 & was modeled after the beautiful Old Bergen Dutch Reformed Church in Jersey City, New Jersey, and was the center of campus life. At the end of the gallery is the church this one is modeled after.
Adams Grove Presbyterian Church
Adams Grove Presbyterian Church is a historic Greek Revival-style church building in rural Dallas County, Alabama, near the community of Sardis. Built in 1853, it features a distyle-in-antis type portico with box columns. No longer actively used by a church congregation, the building is now privately owned. Wikipedia
Bear Creek Church
So we were exploring the back roads of Alabama when lo & behold we drove by Bear Creek Church. A tree had fallen on the backside of the church recently. One of the limbs is still lodged inside the back of the church. You can see a shot through the window. Someone has cleaned it up pretty good. I hope they continue to restore it, but, it doesn't look promising.
Every now & then there's that moment at 4:00 A.M. when your eyes pop open because you know there is an amazing explore just waitingfor you. That'swhat happened here. I knew of this church, but had never been to it before.
Travelling in Alabama, I was headed somewhere else when I noticed this church from the Interstate.
Pickensville is a rural town in Pickens County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 608, down from 662 in 2000. It was initially incorporated in 1839 (although two other sources claim 1825 and 1835) and briefly served before that as the first county seat of Pickens County. Carrollton was designated as the seat in the early 1830s.