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Date Span: 2007 - 2009
Extent: 0.33 cubic feet
Project Historical Sketch: Recognizing that the church played a significant role in the social and cultural as well as spiritual lives of Wiregrass citizens, Wiregrass Archives director, Dr. Martin T. Olliff, began in 2003 a four-phase project to document churches in a 30-county coverage area. Phase 1 was a windshield survey of churches in the rural areas of the counties; Phase 2 requires contacting those churches to gather demographic data about their congregations; Phase 3 seeks to locate and collect church records, and Phase 4 will produce or gather histories of churches and archivally arrange and describe church records.
Various entities have supported this work through monetary grants, particularly the Troy State University Dothan Faculty Council, the Troy University Faculty Development Committee, and the Historic Chattahoochee Commission.
Henry Co., AL, Survey Historical Sketch: Scotty Kirkland conducted the Phase 1 survey in 2007 as a work for hire, supported by a grant from the Troy University Dothan Campus Library. WA staff members Tina Bernath and Angela K. Smith conducted the Phase 2 surveys by telephone, letter and email in Spring 2009
Scope / Content: Contains information on rural churches in Henry County, Alabama, pursuant to all phases of the overall project. Files contain a combination of Alabama Historic Commission historical building survey forms, measured-drawing site plans, printed photographs from Phase 1 fieldwork, and histories, bulletins, demographic surveys, and other information gathered in Phase 2. CD-Roms contain digital photographs taken as part of the Phase 1 windshield survey.
Samford University microfilms records of churches in Alabama. The inventory notes which Wiregrass churches have records at Samford.
Organization: Arranged alphabetically by church name.
Preferred Citation: Wiregrass Church Documentation Project, RG078, Wiregrass Archives, Troy University Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Access/User Limits?: Open to qualified researchers.
Abbeville Assembly of God
Abbeville Church of Christ
Abbeville Memorial Church of God in Christ (COGIC)
Abbeville United Methodist - includes 2003 directory and history
Adoniram Baptist - includes brief history from internet
Balkum Chapel Missionary - includes Balkum Cemetery names list from internet
Bethlehem Baptist - Abbeville
Bethlehem Baptist - Headland
Calvary Baptist - Abbeville - includes, bulletin, newsletter, 50th Anniversary celebration program
Camp Springs Baptist
Center United Methodist
Chester Chapel Free Will Baptist
Christ Temple No. 2 Freewill Baptist
County Line Primitive Baptist
Edwin United Methodist
Faith Christian Fellowship
First Assembly of God - Abbeville
First Baptist - Abbeville - includes church bulletin, newsletter, history
First Baptist - Headland
First Missionary Baptist - Newville
Free Gift AME
Freedom Fellowship Church
Good Tidings Assembly of God
Gospel of the Kingdom Covenant Church
Greater Friendship AME
Greater Shiloh Baptist
Green Valley Church
Haleburg United Methodist
Headland First Assembly of God
Henry County Church of Christ
Hickory Grove Free Will Baptist
Jackson Chapel Church of God in Christ (COGIC)
Jesus First Church
Lakeside Christian Fellowship
Landmark Full Gospel Church
Liberty United Methodist - includes news article from the internet
Little Rocky Mount Freewill Baptist - includes deed from internet
Macedonia Church of God in Christ (COGIC)
Mary Magdalene Baptist
Miracle Deliverance Church
Mount Enon Primitive Baptist
Mount Olive Baptist
Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church - see record in Houston County churches
Mount Pleasant Free Will Baptist
Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist
Mount Zion AME - Lawrenceville
Mount Zion Baptist
Mount Zion Free Will Baptist
Mount Zion Primitive Baptist
New Bethel Church
New Birth Holiness
New Hope Freewill Baptist
New Hope Missionary Baptist
New Mount Zion Freewill Baptist
New Prospect Free Will Baptist
New Prospect Primitive Baptist
New Salem Missionary Baptist
New Testament Holiness
New Zion Freewill Baptist
Oakey Grove Baptist
Oakey Grove Community Methodist
Old Friendship AME
Old Zion Baptist
Outreach For Souls Church
Pilgrims Rest Free Will Baptist
Piney Grove Primitive Baptist
Pleasant Grove Baptist
Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist
Pleasant Hill Freewill Baptist
Pleasant Plains Baptist
Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist
Rocky Mount Baptist
Saint John AME
Saint Michael AME
Saint Paul Baptist
Saint Peter AME
Saint Peter Missionary Baptist
Sardis Missionary Baptist
Shorterville Baptist (County Road 47)
Shorterville Baptist (County Road 65)
Spring Hill Missionary Baptist
Sweet Bethel Baptist
Tumbleton Assembly of God
Union Free Will Baptist
Union Springs Baptist
Welcome Church/Abbeville Missionary Church
Newville Methodist - building abandoned 1975, moved 1976 [internet history]
Digital Photographs, Henry County Churches