Christian Church, Bedford,
left, To Mrs. Thomas Oliver, Salem, Indiana, Washington Co.
“As I wrote you a letter this afternoon, I do not know nothing to say now.” Pat.
The History of Bedford Christian, written for its centennial in 1945, is here.
|Mt. Byrd Christian Church,
Milton. The history of the
church is here. (pdf)
Pleasant View on the left,
and Macedonia Christian
Bedford Baptist becomes official in 1851.
This is the former Catholic Church, and later a silent movie house,
being moved to a location to be the new Baptist Church. More here.
Bedford Pentacostal, built in 1924
From a Facebook post by Bob Boyd
St. Peter's Lutheran Church, circa 1910, Hunter's Bottom
(yeah, technically in Carroll county)
The above two images are from Trimble County Heritage, 1989.
A few words on the history of this church are here.
The baptism of Mrs. Birdie Mahoney, August 6, 1915.
This is a Union Grove Baptist Church congregation.
These are the three preachers who founded the Callis Grove Church
Bedford clergyman elopes; shotguns are in pursuit; story is here.
Parsonage for one of the Bedford Churches
|A Collection of Trimble County Church Histories|
|History of Milton Wesleyan is here. (pdf)||The Bedford Pentecostal Church dates to 1924. The history is here.||A history of the Antioch Baptist Church is here. (pdf)|
|The history of the Union Grove Church in Palmyra is here.||A few words on the history of the Corn Creek Baptist Church are here.||The history of the Milton United Methodist Church is here.|
|Colored Church to be formed in Milton, 1884, here.||A longer history of Corn Creek Baptist is here. (pdf)|
|“Minutes of the Long Run Association, Held at Corn Creek Meeting-House, Gallatin County, the first Friday in September, 1809.” (pdf)|
“The Corn Creek Baptist Church in Trimble County joined the Elkhorn Association in 1801. After admission, the church sent in this query to the Association: “Is a Christian to take all manner of abuse from a ruffian, without making resistance?” Answer: “Yes, so far as the abuse amounts to language only.” The First Associations Formed In Kentucky, by Frank M. Masters
“The Corn Creek church, Trimble county, Ky., has been recently awakened and revived, after having been for a long time almost without a “name to live.” Sixty-seven persons have been received, all by baptism but five or six, and they are now taking measures for building a large meeting house.” Christian Secretary, September 6, 1839