Mt. Sterling Methodist Church at Mt. Sterling, AL (built ca. 1859, listed on the NRHP)

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The Mt. Sterling Methodist Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). It was built circa 1859 and was used for church services up until 1976, when it was donated to The Choctaw County Historical Society. Extensive renovations were done by the Historical Society, including new wiring, plumbing, air-conditioning, and other improvements. A mid-19th century style addition was also built. The building is now used for meetings and 19th century style ceremonies and reenactments.

This church is located approximately 4 miles east of Butler, AL in the community of Mt. Sterling (GPS coordinates 32.091300, -88.163726).

Sources: 1) Choctaw County Historical Society; 2) NRHP “Mount Sterling Methodist Church” Nomination Form.

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