|Jct. of Todd's Chapel Rd., and Hickman Rd., near Greenwood, Delaware
|6.2 acres (2.5 ha)
|vernacular Greek Revival
|NRHP reference No.
|Added to NRHP
|September 14, 1998
Todd's Chapel, also known as Todd's Methodist Episcopal Church and Todd's United Methodist Church, is a historic Methodist chapel at the junction of Todd's Chapel Road, and Hickman Road near Greenwood, Kent County, Delaware. It was built in 1858, and is a one-story, rectangular frame building in a vernacular Greek Revival style. It measures 32 feet, 9 inches, wide by 44 feet, 9 inches deep. It has a gable roof and features stained glass windows. The one story Church School Building wing was added to the church in 1966. Located east and north of the church are cemeteries dating to the third quarter of the 19th century, with the earliest marker dated 1861.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
The Methodist Episcopal Church in Scotland, South Dakota is a former Methodist church located at 811 6th Street. It was built in 1872. In 1979 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. As of that date, it was the Heritage Museum-Chapel.
The old First Methodist Episcopal Church, also known as First Methodist Episcopal Church, South, is a historic redbrick Southern Methodist church building located at 400 Broadway in Pueblo, Colorado. Designed by George W. Roe in the Romanesque Revival style of architecture, it was built in 1902. In 1939 it became the Trinity Methodist Church. Bought by the George F McCarthy Funeral Home in 1954, it is now the George McCarthy Historic Chapel and is used for funeral services.
Bond's Chapel Methodist Episcopal Church, also known as Bond's Chapel, is a historic Methodist Episcopal church located near Hartsburg, Missouri. It was built in 1883–1884, and is a simple rectangular frame building, set on piers composed of creek rock and mortar. It measures 24 feet by 33 feet and has a front gable roof and vestibule.
Bethel Methodist Protestant Church, also known as Bethel Church, is a historic Methodist church and cemetery at the junction of Andrewville Road and Todds Chapel Road/Prospect Church Road in Andrewville, Kent County, Delaware. It was built in 1871, and is a one-story, three bay by four bay, gable-roofed, Gothic-influenced frame building. It measures 30 feet, 6 inches, in width by 40 feet, 6 inches, deep. The interior was renovated in 1905. Adjacent to the church is the cemetery, containing only one or two gravestones.
Griffith's Chapel, also known as Williamsville Methodist Church, is a historic Methodist chapel located at the junction of Williamsville Road and Abbotts Pond Road in Williamsville, Kent County, Delaware. It was built in 1850, and is a one-story, rectangular frame building measuring 24 feet wide by 30 feet deep. It has a gable roof and is sheathed in clapboard. The property also includes a 19th-century graveyard in which early members of the congregation are buried.
Saxton United Methodist Church is a historic United Methodist church located at the junction of Main and Church Streets in Bowers, Kent County, Delaware. It was built in 1879, and is a long, narrow, one-story, gable-roofed, Gothic-influenced frame building with board-and-batten siding. It measures approximately 40 feet, 5 inches, in length by 24 feet, 5 inches, in width. The steeply pitched roof is topped by a pyramidal-roofed, bell cupola. The church was moved to its present location in 1893.
Woodside Methodist Episcopal Church, also known as Woodside United Methodist Church, is a historic Methodist church located on Main Street, and North Murderkill Hundred in Woodside, Kent County, Delaware. It was built in 1889, and is a rectangular frame building in the Late Gothic Revival style. It measures 50 feet, 4 inches, deep by 30 feet, 6 inches wide. It has a steeply pitched gable roof and features a bell tower capped with a steepled, square belfry.
Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church and cemetery located at Camden, Kent County, Delaware. It was originally built in 1845 and re-built after a fire in 1889. The one-story, gable roofed frame Classical Revival-style church rests on a brick foundation. It measures 28 feet, 3 inches, wide and 36 feet, 2 inches in length. The ground around the church has been used as a cemetery since the church was established. The church is an important focal point of the community of Star Hill, an early community of African American settlement in Kent County. Zion was the first African Methodist Episcopal church in Camden, and is the mother church of nearby Star Hill AME Church.
Grace United Methodist Church is a historic Methodist church located at 9th and West Streets in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was designed by architect Thomas Dixon and built in 1868. It is constructed of serpentine stone of a light pea green color in the Victorian Gothic style. The church building measures approximately 166 feet by 102 feet, 6 inches. It features a needle spire that rises to 186 feet and is topped by a Celtic cross.
Claybank Log Church is a historic church in Ozark, Alabama. The building is the second church on the site, replacing a similar structure built in 1829. The current building was constructed by a Methodist minister, although the church was also used for various community functions. It is believed to be the oldest extant building in Dale County. In 1873, the congregation built a new church closer to the center of town. The log church was used only sporadically after 1900, and was purchased by the Claybank Memorial Association in the 1960s. The interior of the church was restored to its original appearance in 1980.
Campbell Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church is a historic African Methodist Episcopal church located at 602 Commerce Street in Glasgow, Howard County, Missouri. It was built in 1865, and is a small one-story, vernacular brick building with simple Greek Revival style design elements. The rectangular building measures 32 feet by 52 feet and features a stepped gable and six brick pilasters.
Greenlawn Methodist Church and Cemetery, also known as Scobee Chapel and Greenlawn Memorial Chapel, is a historic Methodist church and cemetery located near Perry, Ralls County, Missouri. The church was built about 1883, and is a one-story, rectangular frame building on a stone pier foundation. It measures 26 feet, 6 inches, by 40 feet, 6 inches, has a gable front, and is sheathed in clapboard siding. The cemetery contains 196 graves with stones dating from 1883 to the present.
The Old Bethel Methodist Church, also known as the Old Bethel School, Church, & Cemetery, is a historic Methodist church, school and cemetery in rural Greene County, Arkansas. It is located on Highway 358,& Greene 712 Road in Paragould, Arkansas. It is a modest single-story wood-frame structure, built in 1901, and standing next to a cemetery established in 1882. The original Bethel Methodist Church was constructed in 1880, a small, onestory, white frame church. In 1900, a storm destroyed this building and in 1901 an almost identical building replaced the original structure. George Russell, a local carpenter, built the building using native materials of cypress and pine. It measures 20 feet by 40 feet and has a high pitched roof covered by tin. Exterior walls are covered with six inch beveled pine siding, while interior walls and ceiling are beaded pine wall board. Adjacent to it is a cemetery that dates to 1886. The first person buried here was Moss Widner in 1882. The building served the small community of Finch as not just a church, but also as a school, and was vacated in 1941. It was restored in the 1970s by a group of local concerned citizens, and is occasionally used for services.
The Ward Chapel AME Church is a historic African Methodist Episcopal Church building at 319 N. 9th Street in Muskogee, Oklahoma. It was built in 1904, three years before Oklahoma achieved statehood. It was added to the National Register in 1984.
Phillips Chapel CME Church is a historic Christian Methodist Episcopal church building at 638 N. Tornillo Street in Las Cruces, New Mexico. It was built in 1912 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Aurora First United Methodist Church, also known as the First United Methodist Church of Aurora and Aurora Methodist Episcopal Church, is a historic Methodist church located at 304 Third Street in Aurora, Dearborn County, Indiana. It was built between about 1855 and 1862, and is a two-story, gable front, Greek Revival style brick building. It measures 45 feet, 6 inches, wide and 95 feet deep. A limestone front was added to the original building in 1903 and one-story rear addition built between 1885 and 1888. The church was remodeled in 1954.
The Sweet Methodist Episcopal Church, also known as Sweet United Methodist Church, is a historic church at 7200 Sweet-Ola Highway near Sweet, Idaho. The Late Gothic Revival style building was started in 1905 and was added to the National Register in 1997.
Roberts Park Methodist Episcopal Church, whose present-day name is Roberts Park United Methodist Church, was dedicated on August 27, 1876, making it one of the oldest church remaining in downtown Indianapolis. Diedrich A. Bohlen, a German-born architect who immigrated to Indianapolis in the 1850s, designed this early example of Romanesque Revival architecture. The church is considered one of Bohlen's major works. Constructed of Indiana limestone at Delaware and Vermont Streets, it has a rectangular plan and includes a bell tower on the southwest corner. The church is known for its interior woodwork, especially a pair of black-walnut staircases leading to galleries (balconies) surrounding the interior of three sides of its large sanctuary. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 19, 1982. It is home to one of several Homeless Jesus statues around the world, this one located behind the church on Alabama Street.
Palace Hotel, also known as Hudson School, Hudson Community Center, Brown's Chapel, Methodist Episcopal Church, and Hudson Methodist Church, is a historic one-room school building located near Appleton City, Bates County, Missouri. It was built in 1891, and originally housed a Methodist church. It was purchased and reconfigured for use as a school in 1911. It is a one-story, frame building with a cross-gable roof. It measures 45 feet, 6 inches, by 38 feet, 6 inches. It was last used as a schoolhouse in 1952.
St. James Chapel, also known as the St. James United Methodist Church, is a historic Methodist chapel located at St. James, Phelps County, Missouri. It was built in 1868, and is a one-story red brick building with Gothic Revival and Romanesque Revival style design elements. It measures 40 feet by 60 feet, and has a gable roof. It features a bell tower topped by a dome.