Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage

Historical Sites Downtown Myrtle Creek

Methodist Episcopal Church and Parsonage

Myrtle Creek, Oregon 97457, United States

Created By: Myrtle Creek Historical Society


The current Methodist Church steeple has a slight lean to it. Circa 1938 the minister Jim Wilson fell a big black oak that stood beside the church. It hit the steeple and knocked it awry. They straightened it as best they could, but its still leaning a bit.

The stained glass windows that were once in the Presbyterian Church are now in the Methodist Church. The building was occupied by the Grange when church disbanded. Windows ended up in Methodist Church because, it's been said, members of Grange were not comfortable holding dances and events in front of those windows!

Photo 1-Church

Photo 2- parsonage

This point of interest is part of the tour: Historical Sites Downtown Myrtle Creek


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