Methodist Episcopal Church, Augusta
“The new Methodist Church in Augusta will be dedicated on next Sunday, April 16. The distinguished Louisville clergyman Dr. Sehon has consented to preach the sermon. This is the edifice upon which our townsmen, Messrs. Manker & Mockbee and Greenhow & Brother have been engaged in building and finishing.” The Ripley Bee, April 14, 1869
|Augusta Methodist sells slaves.|
|Catholic Church and
Parochial School, Augusta,
|St. Augustine's Catholic
Church, School, and
Parsonage, c. 1910
Thanks to Judy Cooper for this image
|Bishop Carrell laid the cornerstone for St. Augustine on May 29, 1859; the church was dedicated by Monsignor Thomas Butler on October 7, 1860.|
The Rev. Paul Ryan's History of the St. Augustine Church is here.
Interior of St. Augustine's
St. Augustine's Rev. B. Greifenkamp and his parsonage
|Presbyterian Church||Presbyterian Church and Manse||
St. Augustine Church
History of Augusta Presbyterian, here (pdf).
|“An excursion to Augusta, Bracken County, Kentucky - on the occasion of the dedication of the new church in that town - will take place on Sunday next, the 7th instant. Boats will leave Covington at six and a half o'clock, and Cincinnati at seven o'clock, precisely.” from the Cincinnati Daily Press, October 5, 1860|
|Three Churches, Augusta||River Scene and Catholic Parsonage|
|The home of Mrs. Albert Kennard was
the first Christian Church of Augusta,
established March 15, 1840. After 40
years on this site, a new building was
built on Fourth Street.
|Augusta Christian, built in 1888 on
a lot donated by Amanda Perrine
|Augusta Baptist Church
on Fourth Street.
|Thanks to Judy Cooper for these two images.|
Augusta A.M.E. Church
Thanks to Judy Cooper for the image.
Built as a white Methodist Church in 1834, it later became an African Methodist Episcopal Church,
until 1990, when it merged with the Augusta Trinity Methodist Church.
Augusta Baptist Church
|Augusta Christian Church||Augusta Churches, 1897|
Augusta Christian Church was organized on March 14, 1840.