|Proposed new building||Latonia Christian Church||Latonia Christian Church|
|Latonia Christian. In 1931, Latonia Christian was the fifth largest Christian Church in Kentucky:|
|Lexington Central||2,050 members|
|Lexington, Broadway||1,894 members|
|Louisville, First||1,650 members|
Evangelists at Latonia Christian
The moving force behind Latonia Christian was the Rev. H. C. Runyan.
|Calvary Baptist Church, Covington|
At the Corner of Southern and Tibbatts, it was partially built by its members to save money. A fire station occupied the site previously.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Latonia
(It was earlier the home of St. Stephens Episcopal Church)
|Home where first services of
Latonia Baptist were held.
|First Church Bldg., 38th
& DeCoursey, 1876,
|Construction scene from 1916.|
On the right, lists Rev. T. C. Crume as pastor
Ku Klux Klan meet at the Baptist Church, 1924.
|St. Mark United Church of Christ
A brief history of Latonia's Church of Christ is here.
Church Street, Latonia, Kentucky
You can argue whether St. Anthony's is/was in Latonia, Forest Hills, Decoursey,
or Taylor Mill, but wherever it is, the Rev. Paul Ryan's history of it is here.