List of Baptist churches

This is a list of Baptist churches that are notable either as congregations or as buildings.

The Baptist churches here are descended from the English dissenters who broke out Baptist church from other Protestant churches in Britain in the 1700s. There is an alternative view, that earlier Anabaptist churches started the Baptist church, but this list-article does not include those. (See List of Anabaptist churches).

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AustraliaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, County Description
Baptist Church, Ipswich   1877 built; 1938 modified; 2006 QHR 188 Brisbane St.
27°36′53″S 152°45′18″E / 27.6148°S 152.755°E / -27.6148; 152.755 (Baptist Church, Ipswich)
Ipswich, Queensland Gothic Revival building designed by Richard Gailey built in 1877; given an Art Deco makeover in 1938, designed by George Brockwell Gill.
Baptist City Tabernacle   1890 built; 1992 QHR 163 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill
27°27′53″S 153°01′29″E / 27.4646°S 153.0247°E / -27.4646; 153.0247 (Baptist City Tabernacle)
Brisbane, Queensland Designed by Richard Gailey.
Sandgate Baptist Church   1887 built; 2003 QHR 6-8 Flinders Parade, Sandgate
27°19′13″S 153°04′27″E / 27.3202°S 153.0743°E / -27.3202; 153.0743 (Sandgate Baptist Church)
Brisbane, Queensland Designed by Richard Gailey.
Brunswick Baptist Church   1859 founded; 1889 building 491 Sydney Road
37°45′56″S 144°57′44″E / 37.765534°S 144.962310°E / -37.765534; 144.962310 (Brunswick Baptist Church)
Brunswick, Victoria

United KingdomEdit

EnglandEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, County Description
Metropolitan Tabernacle   1650 founded
1861 built (current church)
51°29′39″N 0°6′4″W / 51.49417°N 0.10111°W / 51.49417; -0.10111 (Metropolitan Tabernacle) London Building was the largest non-conforming church, world-wide, when built in 1861. Designed by William Willmer Pocock.
Soho Baptist Chapel   166a Shaftesbury Avenue London Built as a Baptist church in 1887–88; designed by William Gillbee Scott for a Strict Baptist church that had been formed in 1791. Now the Chinese Church in London.
Welsh Church of Central London, aka Welsh Baptist Chapel   1888-89 built London One of only seven Welsh chapels in London that continue to perform services in Welsh and minister to the London Welsh communities.
East Finchley Baptist Church   1902; 1931 Creighton Ave.
51°35′38″N 0°10′00″W / 51.5939°N 0.1667°W / 51.5939; -0.1667 (East Finchley Baptist Church)
East Finchley, London 1902-built church, now the church hall, is Grade II listed building;[1] current church built 1931.
Carey Baptist Church   1867 founded 51°27′11.1″N 0°58′47.13″W / 51.453083°N 0.9797583°W / 51.453083; -0.9797583 (Carey Baptist Church) Reading Named for William Carey (1761-1834), a missionary to India, and continues to send missionaries to India.
Broadmead Baptist Church 1640 est.
1969 built (current building)
Union St.
51°27′27″N 2°35′29″W / 51.45738°N 2.59140°W / 51.45738; -2.59140 (Broadmead Baptist Church)
Broadmead neighborhood, Bristol First dissenting church in Bristol
Stoney Street Baptist Church   1799 built Plumptre Place Rd.
52°57′08″N 1°08′29″W / 52.952295°N 1.141293°W / 52.952295; -1.141293 (Stoney Street Baptist Church)
Nottingham Former Baptist church, later St. Marys Boys School
Park Lane Chapel, Farnham   1852 or 53 built Bear Lane
51°13′00″N 0°47′55″W / 51.216585°N 0.798528°W / 51.216585; -0.798528 (Park Lane Chapel, Farnham)
Farnham, Surrey
Evington Chapel, aka Baptist Chapel Main Street & High St.
52°37′16″N 1°04′28″W / 52.621055°N 1.074554°W / 52.621055; -1.074554 (Evington Chapel)
Evington, Leicester, Leicestershire, East Midlands A small "Gothick" chapel, with a gabled front and crenellated parapets continued up over gable ends, with a pinnacle topping the front (west-facing) gable. West door has a "C14 type canopy with crockets and pinnacles". A Grade II listed building.[2]
Central Baptist Church   1830 built Bishop Street Leicester, Leicestershire Has a stuccoed front with a parapet, and is a Grade II listed building[3] It has been renovated.[4]
Robert Hall Memorial Baptist Church Leicester, Leicestershire Red brick church, Grade II listed.[5]
Hansom Hall, also known as "Pork Pie Chapel" Leicester, Leicestershire Grade II listed.[6] Built by Joseph Aloysius Hansom (best known for his invention of the Hansom Cab).[7]
Quorn Baptist Church Originally built 1770 Meeting St 52°44′26.53″N 1°10′30.39″W / 52.7407028°N 1.1751083°W / 52.7407028; -1.1751083 Quorn, Leicestershire

See also List of Baptist churches in Leicester.

WalesEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Monmouth Baptist Church   Built 1907 3 Monk St.
51°48′49.186″N 2°42′45.365″W / 51.81366278°N 2.71260139°W / 51.81366278; -2.71260139 (Monmouth Baptist Church)
Monmouth

United StatesEdit

There are numerous notable Baptist churches in the U.S., including many whose buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

AlabamaEdit

There are at least 36 notable Baptist churches in Alabama.

ArkansasEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church   1942 built
2003 NRHP-listed
33°49′57″N 93°36′39″W / 33.83250°N 93.61083°W / 33.83250; -93.61083 (Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church) Blevins, Arkansas Has a "Plain/Traditional" style building
Mo-Ark Baptist Academy   1996 NRHP-listed South of the western terminus of Park St.
36°29′52″N 93°23′57″W / 36.49778°N 93.39917°W / 36.49778; -93.39917 (Mo-Ark Baptist Academy)
Blue Eye, Arkansas
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church (Brinkley, Arkansas)   1909 built
1986 NRHP-listed
409 S. Main St.
34°52′56″N 91°11′39″W / 34.88222°N 91.19417°W / 34.88222; -91.19417 (Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church)
Brinkley, Arkansas
Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church (Enola, Arkansas)   1952 built
2009 NRHP-listed
249 AR 107
35°11′56″N 92°12′12″W / 35.19889°N 92.20333°W / 35.19889; -92.20333 (Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church)
Enola, Arkansas Bungalow/Craftsman
First Baptist Church (Eudora, Arkansas)   1900 built
1998 NRHP-listed
AR 159 S, 1 mi. S of Eudora33°5′24″N 91°16′8″W / 33.09000°N 91.26889°W / 33.09000; -91.26889 (First Baptist Church (Eudora, Arkansas)) Eudora, Arkansas Bungalow/craftsman, listed within the Ethnic and Racial Minority Settlement of the Arkansas Delta MPS
South Side Baptist Church   1948 built
2006 NRHP-listed
2400 Dodson Ave.
35°22′19″N 94°24′24″W / 35.37194°N 94.40667°W / 35.37194; -94.40667 (South Side Baptist Church)
Fort Smith, Arkansas Moderne
Gravel Hill Baptist Church 1935 built
1992 NRHP-listed
Gravel Hill Road
35°14′56″N 91°58′40″W / 35.24889°N 91.97778°W / 35.24889; -91.97778 (Gravel Hill Baptist Church)
Gravel Hill, Arkansas NPS Rustic architecture
Centennial Baptist Church   1917 built
1995 NRHP-listed
522 Arkansas St.
34°31′18″N 90°35′25″W / 34.52167°N 90.59028°W / 34.52167; -90.59028 (Centennial Baptist Church (Helena, Arkansas))
Helena, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival
New Light Missionary Baptist Church 1917 built
1995 NRHP-listed
522 Arkansas St.34°31′18″N 90°35′25″W / 34.52167°N 90.59028°W / 34.52167; -90.59028 (New Light Missionary Baptist Church) Helena, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Historic Section built
1992 NRHP-listed
St. Marys St.
33°19′48″N 91°17′12″W / 33.33000°N 91.28667°W / 33.33000; -91.28667 (New Hope Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Historic Section)
Lake Village, Arkansas
First Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas)   1941 built
1994 NRHP-listed
Jct. of 12th and Louisiana Sts., SW corner34°44′14″N 92°16′26″W / 34.73722°N 92.27389°W / 34.73722; -92.27389 (First Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas)) Little Rock, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival
First Missionary Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas) 1882 built
1983 NRHP-listed
701 S. Gaines St.
34°44′35″N 92°16′41″W / 34.74306°N 92.27806°W / 34.74306; -92.27806 (First Missionary Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas))
Little Rock, Arkansas Gothic Revival
Main Building, Arkansas Baptist College built
NRHP-listed
Little Rock, Arkansas
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas) 1926 built
1987 NRHP-listed
900 Cross St.
34°44′30″N 92°17′7″W / 34.74167°N 92.28528°W / 34.74167; -92.28528 (Mount Zion Baptist Church (Little Rock, Arkansas))
Little Rock, Arkansas Prairie School
St. Peter's Rock Baptist Church 1941 built
2005 NRHP-listed
1401 W 18th St.
34°44′6″N 92°17′19″W / 34.73500°N 92.28861°W / 34.73500; -92.28861 (St. Peter's Rock Baptist Church)
Little Rock, Arkansas Plain/traditional
First Baptist Church (Marvell, Arkansas) built
1991 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Pine and Carruth Sts.
34°33′26″N 90°54′44″W / 34.55722°N 90.91222°W / 34.55722; -90.91222 (First Baptist Church (Marvell, Arkansas))
Marvell, Arkansas Vernacular Collegiate Gothic
Parkdale Baptist Church-AS0051 1910 built
2007 NRHP-listed
127 Bride St.
33°7′22″N 91°32′57″W / 33.12278°N 91.54917°W / 33.12278; -91.54917 (Parkdale Baptist Church-AS0051)
Parkdale, Arkansas Late Gothic Revival
Prosperity Baptist Church 1904 built
2003 NRHP-listed
AR 8 W
33°52′29″N 92°33′9″W / 33.87472°N 92.55250°W / 33.87472; -92.55250 (Prosperity Baptist Church)
Ramsey, Arkansas Plain-Traditional architecture
Lone Star Baptist Church   2005 NRHP-listed 620 Sheridan Rd.
34°26′38″N 92°11′17″W / 34.44389°N 92.18806°W / 34.44389; -92.18806 (Lone Star Baptist Church)
Redfield, Arkansas Plain traditional
Canaan Baptist Church (Texarkana, Arkansas) 1990 NRHP-listed Jct. of Laurel and 10th Sts.
33°25′59″N 94°2′29″W / 33.43306°N 94.04139°W / 33.43306; -94.04139 (Canaan Baptist Church (Texarkana, Arkansas))
Texarkana, Arkansas Colonial Revival, Late Gothic Revival, Other

ArizonaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Casa Grande, Arizona)   1938 built
2002 NRHP-listed
218 E. Eighth St.
32°52′51″N 111°45′2″W / 32.88083°N 111.75056°W / 32.88083; -111.75056 (First Baptist Church (Casa Grande, Arizona))
Casa Grande, Arizona Mission/Spanish Revival
First Baptist Church (Flagstaff, Arizona)   1939 built
1991 NRHP-listed
123 S. Beaver St.
35°11′43″N 111°39′3″W / 35.19528°N 111.65083°W / 35.19528; -111.65083 (First Baptist Church (Flagstaff, Arizona))
Flagstaff, Arizona Late Gothic Revival
First Baptist Church (Phoenix, Arizona)   1929 built
1982 NRHP-listed
302 W. Monroe St.
33°27′2″N 112°4′39″W / 33.45056°N 112.07750°W / 33.45056; -112.07750 (First Baptist Church (Phoenix, Arizona))
Phoenix, Arizona Italian Gothic, Moderne, other architecture
Bethlehem Baptist Church (Phoenix, Arizona)   built
1993 NRHP-listed
1402 E. Adams St.
33°26′59″N 112°1′46″W / 33.44972°N 112.02944°W / 33.44972; -112.02944 (Bethlehem Baptist Church (Phoenix, Arizona))
Phoenix, Arizona Colonial Revival
Catalina American Baptist Church   built
2008 NRHP-listed
1900 N. Country Club Rd.
32°14′49″N 110°55′35″W / 32.24694°N 110.92639°W / 32.24694; -110.92639 (Catalina American Baptist Church)
Tucson, Arizona Modern Movement, Sculptural Expressionism, Other

CaliforniaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Bakersfield, California)   1931 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1200 Truxtun Ave.
35°22′26″N 119°0′54″W / 35.37389°N 119.01500°W / 35.37389; -119.01500 (First Baptist Church (Bakersfield, California))
Bakersfield, California Mission/Spanish Revival, Romanesque
Second Baptist Church (Los Angeles, California)   1926 built
2009 NRHP-listed
2412 Griffith Avenue
34°1′16″N 118°15′23″W / 34.02111°N 118.25639°W / 34.02111; -118.25639 (Second Baptist Church (Los Angeles, California))
Los Angeles, California Lombardy Romanesque Revival
First Baptist Church of Orange   1912 built
1996 NRHP-listed
192 S. Orange St.
33°47′11″N 117°51′5″W / 33.78639°N 117.85139°W / 33.78639; -117.85139 (First Baptist Church of Orange)
Orange, California Queen Anne, Gothic
Friendship Baptist Church (Pasadena, California)   1925 built
1978 NRHP-listed
80 W. Dayton St.
34°8′36″N 118°9′4″W / 34.14333°N 118.15111°W / 34.14333; -118.15111 (Friendship Baptist Church (Pasadena, California))
Pasadena, California Mission/Spanish Revival
First Baptist Church of Ventura 2009 NRHP-listed 101 S. Laurel St.
34°16′45″N 119°17′4″W / 34.27917°N 119.28444°W / 34.27917; -119.28444 (First Baptist Church of Ventura)
Ventura, California Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals

ColoradoEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Alamosa, Colorado)   1907 built
2005 NRHP-listed
408 State Ave.37°28′8″N 105°51′53″W / 37.46889°N 105.86472°W / 37.46889; -105.86472 (First Baptist Church (Alamosa, Colorado)) Alamosa, Colorado
First Baptist Church of Boulder   2004 NRHP-listed 1237 Pine St.
30°01′13″N 105°16′45″W / 30.02028°N 105.27917°W / 30.02028; -105.27917 (First Baptist Church of Boulder)
Boulder, Colorado
First Baptist Church of Denver   1938 built
2005 NRHP-listed
230 E. 14th Av.--1373 Grant St.
39°44′18″N 104°59′1″W / 39.73833°N 104.98361°W / 39.73833; -104.98361 (First Baptist Church of Denver)
Denver, Colorado Georgian Revival
First Baptist Church (Greeley, Colorado)   1911 built
1987 NRHP-listed
Tenth Ave. at Eleventh St., NW corner
40°25′18″N 104°41′39″W / 40.42167°N 104.69417°W / 40.42167; -104.69417 (First Baptist Church (Greeley, Colorado))
Greeley, Colorado Neo-Classical
First Baptist Church of Moffat   1911 built
2008 NRHP-listed
401 Lincoln Ave.
37°59′54″N 105°54′18″W / 37.99833°N 105.90500°W / 37.99833; -105.90500 (First Baptist Church of Moffat)
Moffat, Colorado Listed on the NRHP as part of the "Ornamental Concrete Block Buildings in Colorado MPS"
First Baptist Church (Trinidad, Colorado)   1890 built
2000 NRHP-listed
809 San Pedro St.
37°10′31″N 104°30′27″W / 37.17528°N 104.50750°W / 37.17528; -104.50750 (First Baptist Church (Trinidad, Colorado))
Trinidad, Colorado Romanesque

ConnecticutEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Bridgeport, Connecticut) 1990 NRHP-listed 126 Washington Ave.
41°10′35″N 73°11′53″W / 41.17639°N 73.19806°W / 41.17639; -73.19806 (First Baptist Church (Bridgeport, Connecticut))
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Union Baptist Church (Hartford, Connecticut)   1871 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1913 and 1921 Main St.
41°46′52″N 72°40′37″W / 41.78111°N 72.67694°W / 41.78111; -72.67694 (Union Baptist Church (Hartford, Connecticut))
Hartford, Connecticut Early English Gothic Revival
Huntington Street Baptist Church   1843 built
1982 NRHP-listed
29 Huntington St.
41°21′12″N 72°5′57″W / 41.35333°N 72.09917°W / 41.35333; -72.09917 (Huntington Street Baptist Church)
New London, Connecticut Greek Revival

DelawareEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Welsh Tract Baptist Church   1746 built
1973 NRHP-listed
Welsh Tract Rd.
39°39′1″N 75°45′7″W / 39.65028°N 75.75194°W / 39.65028; -75.75194 (Welsh Tract Baptist Church)
Newark, Delaware
Cow Marsh Old School Baptist Church 1872 built
1976 NRHP-listed
Northeast of Sandtown on Delaware Route 10, near Sandtown
39°2′31″N 75°41′42″W / 39.04194°N 75.69500°W / 39.04194; -75.69500 (Cow Marsh Old School Baptist Church)
Sandtown, Delaware

District of ColumbiaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church of Deanwood   1938 built
2008 NRHP-listed
1008 45th St. N.E.
38°54′10.4″N 76°56′17.0″W / 38.902889°N 76.938056°W / 38.902889; -76.938056 (First Baptist Church of Deanwood)
Washington, D.C. Late Gothic Revival
Friendship Baptist Church (Washington, D.C.)   1886 built
2004 NRHP-listed
734 First St. SW
38°52′54.768″N 77°0′42.9438″W / 38.88188000°N 77.011928833°W / 38.88188000; -77.011928833 (Friendship Baptist Church (Washington, D.C.))
Washington, D.C. James A. Boyce-designed, Romanesque
Third Baptist Church (Washington, D.C.)   1893 built
2008 NRHP-listed
1546 5th St., NW. Washington, D.C. Late Gothic Revival

FloridaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church of Boca Grande   2009 NRHP-listed Boca Grande, Florida
Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church   1935 built
2005 NRHP-listed
29°38′47″N 82°19′47″W / 29.64639°N 82.32972°W / 29.64639; -82.32972 (Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church) Gainesville, Florida
Bethel Baptist Institutional Church   1838 founded
1904 built
1978 NRHP-listed
1058 Hogan Street
30°20′9″N 81°39′30″W / 30.33583°N 81.65833°W / 30.33583; -81.65833 (Bethel Baptist Institutional Church)
Jacksonville, Florida Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals
Florida Baptist Building   1924-25 built
1984 NRHP-listed
30°19′49″N 81°39′37″W / 30.33028°N 81.66028°W / 30.33028; -81.66028 (Florida Baptist Building) Jacksonville, Florida Henry John Klutho-designed
Riverside Baptist Church   1926 built
1972 NRHP-listed
30°18′37″N 81°41′35″W / 30.31028°N 81.69306°W / 30.31028; -81.69306 (Riverside Baptist Church) Jacksonville, Florida Addison Mizner-designed
First Baptist Church (Lake Wales, Florida)   1990 NRHP-listed 27°54′2″N 81°35′1″W / 27.90056°N 81.58361°W / 27.90056; -81.58361 (First Baptist Church (Lake Wales, Florida)) Lake Wales, Florida Classical Revival
Johnson Chapel Missionary Baptist Church   1997 NRHP-listed 27°7′49″N 82°26′54″W / 27.13028°N 82.44833°W / 27.13028; -82.44833 (Johnson Chapel Missionary Baptist Church) Laurel, Florida
First Baptist Church (Madison, Florida)   1898+ built
1978 NRHP-listed
30°28′6″N 83°25′5″W / 30.46833°N 83.41806°W / 30.46833; -83.41806 (First Baptist Church (Madison, Florida)) Madison, Florida Queen Anne style
St. Luke Baptist Church   1921 built
2003 NRHP-listed
30°46′23″N 85°13′24″W / 30.77306°N 85.22333°W / 30.77306; -85.22333 (St. Luke Baptist Church) Marianna, Florida Gothic Revival
Central Baptist Church (Miami, Florida)   1926 built
1989 NRHP-listed
500 N.E. 1st Ave.
25°46′31″N 80°11′31″W / 25.77528°N 80.19194°W / 25.77528; -80.19194 (Central Baptist Church (Miami, Florida))
Miami, Florida Dougherty & Gardner-designed in Renaissance, Classical Revival, Neo-Classical, Other
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Miami, Florida)   NRHP-listed 25°46′58.3536″N 80°11′59.661″W / 25.782876000°N 80.19990583°W / 25.782876000; -80.19990583 (Mount Zion Baptist Church (Miami, Florida)) Miami, Florida
St. John's Baptist Church   1940 built
1992 NRHP-listed
1328 N.W. 3rd Ave.
25°47′14.4528″N 80°11′59.9748″W / 25.787348000°N 80.199993000°W / 25.787348000; -80.199993000 (St. John's Baptist Church)
Miami, Florida McKissack & McKissack, Moderne
Mt. Pilgrim African Baptist Church   built
1992 NRHP-listed
30°37′11″N 87°2′26″W / 30.61972°N 87.04056°W / 30.61972; -87.04056 (Mt. Pilgrim African Baptist Church) Milton, Florida Late Gothic Revival
Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church   1998 NRHP-listed 30°34′42″N 81°31′8″W / 30.57833°N 81.51889°W / 30.57833; -81.51889 (Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church) Nassauville, Florida

GeorgiaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Albany, Georgia) built
NRHP-listed
Albany, Georgia
New Corinth Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Americus, Georgia
Kiokee Baptist Church   1808 built
1978 NRHP-listed
Kiokee Rd.
33°34′41″N 82°17′32″W / 33.57806°N 82.29222°W / 33.57806; -82.29222 (Kiokee Baptist Church)
Appling, Georgia
First Baptist Church of Augusta   1902 built
1972 NRHP-listed
Greene and 8th Sts.
33°28′21″N 81°58′3″W / 33.47250°N 81.96750°W / 33.47250; -81.96750 (First Baptist Church of Augusta)
Augusta, Georgia Beaux Arts
Springfield Baptist Church (Augusta, Georgia) 1801 built
1982 NRHP-listed
112 12th St. and 114 Twelfth St.
33°28′43″N 81°58′18″W / 33.47861°N 81.97167°W / 33.47861; -81.97167 (Springfield Baptist Church)
Augusta, Georgia
First African Missionary Baptist Church   1904-09 built
2002 NRHP-listed
30°54′36″N 84°34′22″W / 30.91000°N 84.57278°W / 30.91000; -84.57278 (First African Missionary Baptist Church) Bainbridge, Georgia
Needwood Baptist Church and School   1885 built
1998 NRHP-listed
31°16′54″N 81°26′28″W / 31.28167°N 81.44111°W / 31.28167; -81.44111 (Needwood Baptist Church and School) Brunswick, Georgia
Shiloh-Marion Baptist Church and Cemetery   1835 built
1984 NRHP-listed
32°9′36″N 84°32′36″W / 32.16000°N 84.54333°W / 32.16000; -84.54333 (Shiloh-Marion Baptist Church and Cemetery) Buena Vista, Georgia Greek Revival
Sardis Baptist Church (Chattoogaville, Georgia) built
NRHP-listed
Chattoogaville, Georgia
First African Baptist Church (Columbus, Georgia) 1915 built
1980 NRHP-listed
901 5th Ave.
32°27′46″N 84°59′12″W / 32.46278°N 84.98667°W / 32.46278; -84.98667 (First African Baptist Church (Columbus, Georgia))
Columbus, Georgia Gothic Revival
First African Baptist Church Parsonage 1915 built
1980 NRHP-listed
911 5th Ave.
32°27′47″N 84°59′12″W / 32.46306°N 84.98667°W / 32.46306; -84.98667 (First African Baptist Church Parsonage)
Columbus, Georgia Late Victorian
Dove Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Elberton, Georgia
Springfield Baptist Church (Greensboro, Georgia) built
NRHP-listed
Greensboro, Georgia
Hamilton Baptist Church and Pastorium built
NRHP-listed
Hamilton, Georgia
Sunnyside School-Midway Baptist Church and Midway Cemetery Historic District built
NRHP-listed
Hamilton, Georgia
First African Baptist Church at Raccoon Bluff 1900 built
1996 NRHP-listed
31°28′0″N 81°13′57″W / 31.46667°N 81.23250°W / 31.46667; -81.23250 (First African Baptist Church at Raccoon Bluff) Hog Hammock, Georgia Late Gothic Revival
Richland Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Jeffersonville, Georgia
Hopeful Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Keysville, Georgia
Zion Baptist Church (Marietta, Georgia) built
NRHP-listed
Marietta, Georgia
Upper Lott's Creek Primitive Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Metter, Georgia
Mother Easter Baptist Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Moultrie, Georgia
Notchaway Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Newton, Georgia
Nicholsonville Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Nicholsonville, Georgia
Carswell Grove Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Perkins, Georgia
Bethlehem Baptist Church Colored School built
NRHP-listed
Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia
Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Quitman, Georgia
Thankful Baptist Church (Rome, Georgia) built
NRHP-listed
Rome, Georgia
McCanaan Missionary Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Sardis, Georgia
First Bryan Baptist Church   1873 built
1978 NRHP-listed
575 W. Bryan St.32°4′55″N 81°5′58″W / 32.08194°N 81.09944°W / 32.08194; -81.09944 (First Bryan Baptist Church) Savannah, Georgia
New Ogeechee Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Savannah, Georgia
Tennille Baptist Church 1903 built
1994 NRHP-listed
201-205 N. Main St.
32°56′17″N 82°48′42″W / 32.93806°N 82.81167°W / 32.93806; -82.81167 (Tennille Baptist Church)
Tennille, Georgia Charles E. Choate-designed; Gothic
Bethesda Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Union Point, Georgia
First African Baptist Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Waycross, Georgia
Whitesburg Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Whitesburg, Georgia
Woodville Baptist Church and School built
NRHP-listed
Woodville, Georgia

IdahoEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Arco Baptist Community Church built
NRHP-listed
Arco, Idaho
St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Boise, Idaho
First Baptist Church of Emmett built
NRHP-listed
Emmett, Idaho
Jerome First Baptist Church 1931 built
1983 NRHP-listed
42°43′32″N 114°30′50″W / 42.72556°N 114.51389°W / 42.72556; -114.51389 (Jerome First Baptist Church) Jerome, Idaho Built out of lava rock by H.T. Pugh, stonemason, and others
Mountain Home Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mountain Home, Idaho
Pine Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Pinehurst, Idaho
Baptist Church (Weiser, Idaho) built
NRHP-listed
Weiser, Idaho

IndianaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Second Baptist Church (Bloomington, Indiana) built
NRHP-listed
Bloomington, Indiana
Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church   1812 built
1990 NRHP-listed
39°23′14.16″N 84°58′52.99″W / 39.3872667°N 84.9813861°W / 39.3872667; -84.9813861 (Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church) Brookville, Indiana
First Baptist Church (Columbus, Indiana)   built
NRHP-listed
Columbus, Indiana A National Historic Landmark
Liberty Baptist Church (Evansville, Indiana) built
NRHP-listed
Evansville, Indiana
Salem's Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Evansville, Indiana
Big Run Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Indianapolis, Indiana
First Baptist Church (Muncie, Indiana) built
NRHP-listed
Muncie, Indiana
Rising Hope Baptist Church (Nashville, Indiana)
First Baptist Church (Salem, Indiana) built
NRHP-listed
Salem, Indiana
First Baptist Church (West Baden Springs, Indiana) built
NRHP-listed
West Baden Springs, Indiana
built
NRHP-listed

IowaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Second Baptist Church 1902 built
1999 NRHP-listed
422 S. 18th St.
40°43′47″N 92°52′4″W / 40.72972°N 92.86778°W / 40.72972; -92.86778 (Second Baptist Church (Centerville, Iowa))
Centerville, Iowa Late Gothic Revival
First Baptist Church   1890 built
1983 NRHP-listed
1401 Perry St.
41°32′3″N 90°34′20″W / 41.53417°N 90.57222°W / 41.53417; -90.57222 (First Baptist Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa Romanesque Revival
Swedish Baptist Church   1883 built
1983 NRHP-listed
700 E. 6th St.
41°31′36″N 90°33′51″W / 41.52667°N 90.56417°W / 41.52667; -90.56417 (Swedish Baptist Church (Davenport, Iowa))
Davenport, Iowa The building now houses Kingdom Generation Church.
Coal Ridge Baptist Church and Cemetery   1909 built
2006 NRHP-listed
1034 IA S71
41°22′41″N 93°1′15″W / 41.37806°N 93.02083°W / 41.37806; -93.02083 (Coal Ridge Baptist Church and Cemetery)
Knoxville, Iowa Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals
St. John Baptist Church   1937 built
2002 NRHP-listed
715 6th St. SW
43°7′55″N 93°12′42″W / 43.13194°N 93.21167°W / 43.13194; -93.21167 (St. John Baptist Church (Mason City, Iowa))
Mason City, Iowa Ecclesiastical architecture
Sciola Missionary Baptist Church 1871 built
1983 NRHP-listed
US 71
41°2′3″N 94°59′9″W / 41.03417°N 94.98583°W / 41.03417; -94.98583 (Sciola Missionary Baptist Church)
Sciola, Iowa
Franklin Regular Baptist Church 1881 built
2008 NRHP-listed
40°37′27″N 93°1′58″W / 40.62417°N 93.03278°W / 40.62417; -93.03278 (Franklin Regular Baptist Church) Seymour, Iowa Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals
Sioux City Baptist Church   1916-18 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1301 Nebraska Street
42°30′15.1″N 96°24′14.3″W / 42.504194°N 96.403972°W / 42.504194; -96.403972 (Sioux City Baptist Church)
Sioux City, Iowa Prairie School
Baptist Church   1847 built
1977 NRHP-listed

40°57′30″N 91°11′56″W / 40.95833°N 91.19889°W / 40.95833; -91.19889 (Baptist Church (Sperry, Iowa))
Sperry, Iowa
Walnut Street Baptist Church   built
2000 NRHP-listed
415 Walnut St.
42°30′9″N 92°20′2″W / 42.50250°N 92.33389°W / 42.50250; -92.33389 (Walnut Street Baptist Church)
Waterloo, Iowa Clinton P. Shockley-designed
First Baptist Church of West Union   1867 built
1999 NRHP-listed
Main and Vine Sts.
42°57′46.2″N 91°48′30.9″W / 42.962833°N 91.808583°W / 42.962833; -91.808583 (First Baptist Church of West Union)
West Union, Iowa Greek Revival

KansasEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atchison, Kansas) built
NRHP-listed
Atchison, Kansas
First Baptist Church (Council Grove, Kansas) built
NRHP-listed
Council Grove, Kansas
Pottawatomie Baptist Mission Building built
NRHP-listed
Topeka, Kansas
Pottawatomie Baptist Mission Building and Site built
NRHP-listed
Topeka, Kansas boundary increase
Calvary Baptist Church (Wichita, Kansas) built
NRHP-listed
Wichita, Kansas

KentuckyEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Belleview Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Belleview, Kentucky
Drakes Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bowling Green, Kentucky
First Colored Baptist Church (Bowling Green, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Clifton Baptist Church Complex built
NRHP-listed
Clifton, Kentucky
Cane Springs Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
College Hill, Kentucky
Harrods Creek Baptist Church and Rev. William Kellar House built
NRHP-listed
Crestwood, Kentucky
Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Eastwood, Kentucky
First Baptist Church (Elizabethtown, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Bethel Baptist Church (Fairview, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Fairview, Kentucky
First Baptist Church (Frankfort, Kentucky)   built 1868 201 Saint Clair Street
38°11′50.6322″N 84°52′41.8872″W / 38.197397833°N 84.878302000°W / 38.197397833; -84.878302000 (First Baptist Church (Frankfort, Kentucky))
Frankfort, Kentucky
First African Baptist Church and Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Georgetown, Kentucky
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Haskingsville, Kentucky
Nolynn Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Hodgenville, Kentucky
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Keene, Kentucky
First African Baptist Church (Lexington, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Lexington, Kentucky
Chestnut Street Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Louisville, Kentucky
Good Spring Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
Joppa Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
Mammoth Cave Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Middlesboro, Kentucky
Bracken Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Minerva, Kentucky
Munfordville Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Munfordville, Kentucky
First Baptist Church (Murray, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Murray, Kentucky
Old Cedar Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Owenton, Kentucky
First Baptist Church (Paintsville, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Paintsville, Kentucky
Tates Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Kentucky
Cooper's Run Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Shawhan, Kentucky
Smiths Grove Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Smiths Grove, Kentucky
Salem Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Southville, Kentucky
Viney Fork Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Speedwell, Kentucky
Springfield Baptist Church (Springfield, Kentucky) built
NRHP-listed
Springfield, Kentucky
Goshen Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Winchester, Kentucky
Providence Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Winchester, Kentucky

LouisianaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Emmanuel Baptist Church (Alexandria, Louisiana) built
NRHP-listed
Alexandria, Louisiana
St. John Baptist Church (Dorseyville, Louisiana) built
NRHP-listed
Dorseyville, Louisiana
Spring Ridge Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Enterprise, Louisiana
Bayou Rouge Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Evergreen, Louisiana
Mount Lebanon Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Gibsland, Louisiana
Macedonia Baptist Church (Holden, Louisiana) built
NRHP-listed
Holden, Louisiana
Keachi Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Keachi, Louisiana
St. Paul Baptist Church-Morehead School built
NRHP-listed
Kinder, Louisiana
St. John Baptist Church (Lecompte, Louisiana) built
NRHP-listed
Lecompte, Louisiana
Antioch Baptist Church (Shreveport, Louisiana)   1903 built
1982 NRHP-listed
1057 Texas Avenue
32°30′13″N 93°45′12″W / 32.50361°N 93.75333°W / 32.50361; -93.75333 (Antioch Baptist Church (Shreveport, Louisiana))
Shreveport, Louisiana Romanesque Revival
Walnut Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Simsboro, Louisiana

MaineEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Indian River Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Addison, Maine
Free Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Auburn, Maine
First Baptist Church of Bowdoin and Coombs Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Bowdoin Center, Maine
Damariscotta Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Damariscotta, Maine
First Baptist Church (E. Lamoine, Maine) built
NRHP-listed
E. Lamoine, Maine
East Harpswell Free Will Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
East Harpswell, Maine
Eastbrook Baptist Church and Eastbrook Town House built
NRHP-listed
Eastbrook, Maine
Free Will Baptist Meetinghouse built
NRHP-listed
Farmington, Maine
Free Will Baptist Church (Former) built
NRHP-listed
Milo, Maine
Free Will Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
North Islesboro, Maine
First Baptist Church (Portland, Maine) built
NRHP-listed
Portland, Maine
First Baptist Church (Sedgwick, Maine) built
NRHP-listed
Sedgwick, Maine
First Baptist Church, Former built
NRHP-listed
Skowhegan, Maine
First Baptist Church (Waterboro, Maine) built
NRHP-listed
Waterboro, Maine
First Baptist Church (Waterville, Maine) built
NRHP-listed
Waterville, Maine
Wells Baptist Church Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Wells, Maine
North Yarmouth and Freeport Baptist Meetinghouse built
NRHP-listed
Yarmouth, Maine
built
NRHP-listed

MarylandEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Leadenhall Street Baptist Church   1873 built
1979 NRHP-listed
1021-1023 Leadenhall St.
39°16′38″N 76°37′3″W / 39.27722°N 76.61750°W / 39.27722; -76.61750 (Leadenhall Street Baptist Church)
Baltimore, Maryland Romanesque
Union Baptist Church (Baltimore, Maryland)   2009 NRHP-listed 1219 Druid Hill Ave.
39°18′6″N 76°37′41″W / 39.30167°N 76.62806°W / 39.30167; -76.62806 (Union Baptist Church (Baltimore, Maryland))
Baltimore, Maryland
First Baptist Church (Cumberland, Maryland)   1849 built
1980 NRHP-listed
212 Bedford St.
39°39′21″N 78°45′41″W / 39.65583°N 78.76139°W / 39.65583; -78.76139 (First Baptist Church (Cumberland, Maryland))
Cumberland, Maryland Gothic Revival
Mettam Memorial Baptist Church   1835 built
1975 NRHP-listed
Old Court Rd. between Sudbrook and Reisterstown Rds.
39°22′41″N 76°43′10″W / 39.37806°N 76.71944°W / 39.37806; -76.71944 (Mettam Memorial Baptist Church)
Pikesville, Maryland

MassachusettsEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Baptist Society Meeting House built
NRHP-listed
Arlington, Massachusetts
Osterville Baptist Church   built
NRHP-listed
Barnstable, Massachusetts
North Shore Community Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Beverly, Massachusetts
Roslindale Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Boston, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (Boston, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Boston, Massachusetts
Dorchester Temple Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Boston, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (Cambridge, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Old Cambridge Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Cambridge, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (Fall River, Massachusetts)   built
NRHP-listed
Fall River, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (Framingham, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Framingham, Massachusetts
Still River Baptist Church   built
NRHP-listed
Harvard, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church of Medfield built
NRHP-listed
Medfield, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (Methuen, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Methuen, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (New Bedford, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
New Bedford, Massachusetts
Union Baptist Church (New Bedford, Massachusetts)   built
NRHP-listed
New Bedford, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church in Newton built
NRHP-listed
Newton, Massachusetts
Evangelical Baptist Church (Newton, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Newton, Massachusetts
Myrtle Baptist Church Neighborhood Historic District built
NRHP-listed
Newton, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church of Wollaston built
NRHP-listed
Quincy, Massachusetts
Hornbine Baptist Church   built
NRHP-listed
Rehoboth, Massachusetts
Montville Baptist Church   built
NRHP-listed
Sandisfield, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church (Stoneham, Massachusetts) built
NRHP-listed
Stoneham, Massachusetts
First Baptist Church and Society built
NRHP-listed
Swansea, Massachusetts
North Taunton Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Taunton, Massachusetts
Winthrop Street Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Taunton, Massachusetts
Beth Eden Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Waltham, Massachusetts
Emmanuel Baptist built
NRHP-listed
Worcester, Massachusetts

MichiganEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church of Detroit   1909 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Woodward Avenue
42°22′43.74″N 83°4′46.98″W / 42.3788167°N 83.0797167°W / 42.3788167; -83.0797167 (First Baptist Church of Detroit)
Detroit, Michigan Late Gothic Revival church building, now Peoples Community Church
Second Baptist Church of Detroit   1975 NRHP-listed 441 Monroe
42°20′5.61″N 83°2′36.36″W / 42.3348917°N 83.0434333°W / 42.3348917; -83.0434333 (Second Baptist Church of Detroit)
Detroit, Michigan Oldest African-American Baptist church in the midwest, located in Greektown Historic District
First Baptist Church of Grand Blanc built
NRHP-listed
Grand Blanc, Michigan
First Baptist Church (Lansing, Michigan) built
NRHP-listed
Lansing, Michigan
First Baptist Church of Flint, known since 1960s as Woodside Church formed 1830s until 2018, at 1509 E Court Street. Flint, MI Oldest Baptist Church in Flint, now American Baptist, Alliance of Baptists and United Church of Christ.

MinnesotaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Garden City, Minnesota)   1868 built
1980 NRHP-listed
44°2′51″N 94°10′0″W / 44.04750°N 94.16667°W / 44.04750; -94.16667 (First Baptist Church (Lake Crystal, Minnesota)) Lake Crystal, Minnesota
First Baptist Church of St. Paul   1874 built
1983 NRHP-listed
499 Wacouta Street
44°57′9″N 93°5′24.5″W / 44.95250°N 93.090139°W / 44.95250; -93.090139 (First Baptist Church of St. Paul)
St. Paul, Minnesota William W. Boyington-designed; Gothic Revival
Pilgrim Baptist Church   1928 built
1991 NRHP-listed
732 Central Avenue West
44°57′10″N 93°7′52″W / 44.95278°N 93.13111°W / 44.95278; -93.13111 (Pilgrim Baptist Church (Saint Paul, Minnesota))
St. Paul, Minnesota Romanesque
built
NRHP-listed

MississippiEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Mt. Zion Baptist Church (Canton, Mississippi) 1929 built
2000 NRHP-listed
514 West North St.
32°36′54″N 90°2′29″W / 32.61500°N 90.04139°W / 32.61500; -90.04139 (Mt. Zion Baptist Church)
Canton, Mississippi Classical Revival
Zion Baptist Church (Collinsville, Mississippi) 1910 built
2002 NRHP-listed
32°36′32″N 88°52′53″W / 32.60889°N 88.88139°W / 32.60889; -88.88139 (Zion Baptist Church (Collinsville, Mississippi)) Collinsville, Mississippi Carpenter Gothic
Shubuta Baptist Church 1894 built
1994 NRHP-listed
Eucutta St. at jct. with US 45
31°51′37″N 88°42′0″W / 31.86028°N 88.70000°W / 31.86028; -88.70000 (Shubuta Baptist Church)
Shubuta, Mississippi Carpenter Gothic

MissouriEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Second Baptist Church (Columbia, Missouri) built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, Missouri
Eighth and Center Streets Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Hannibal, Missouri
Bear Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Kirksville, Missouri
Free Will Baptist Church of Pennytown built
NRHP-listed
Marshall, Missouri
Mount Horeb Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mineola, Missouri
Second Baptist Church (Neosho, Missouri) built
NRHP-listed
Neosho, Missouri
Mount Nebo Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Pilot Grove, Missouri
New Hope Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Missouri
Antioch Baptist Church (St. Louis, Missouri)
1999 NRHP-listed
4213 N. Market St.
38°39′35″N 90°14′17″W / 38.65972°N 90.23806°W / 38.65972; -90.23806 (Antioch Baptist Church (St. Louis, Missouri))
St. Louis, Missouri Late Gothic Revival
Pleasant Ridge United Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Weston, Missouri
built
NRHP-listed

MontanaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Bozeman, Montana) built
NRHP-listed
Bozeman, Montana
Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church built
NRHP-listed
Frenchtown, Montana
First Baptist Church (Hardin, Montana) built
NRHP-listed
Hardin, Montana
First Baptist Church (Stevensville, Montana) built
NRHP-listed
Stevensville, Montana
built
NRHP-listed

NebraskaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Moses Merrill Baptist Camp built
NRHP-listed
Fullerton, Nebraska
First Baptist Church (Red Cloud, Nebraska) built
NRHP-listed
Red Cloud, Nebraska
built
NRHP-listed

New HampshireEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Second Free Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Alton, New Hampshire
First Free Will Baptist Church and Vestry built
NRHP-listed
Ashland, New Hampshire
First Baptist Church of Cornish   built
NRHP-listed
Cornish Flat, New Hampshire
First Freewill Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
East Alton, New Hampshire
First Baptist Church of Gilmanton built
NRHP-listed
Gilmanton, New Hampshire
North Holderness Freewill Baptist Church-Holderness Historical Society Building built
NRHP-listed
Holderness, New Hampshire
Evangelical Baptist Church (Laconia, New Hampshire) built
NRHP-listed
Laconia, New Hampshire
United Baptist Church of Lakeport built
NRHP-listed
Laconia, New Hampshire
First Free Will Baptist Church in Meredith built
NRHP-listed
Meredith, New Hampshire
Free Will Baptist Church (New Durham, New Hampshire) built
NRHP-listed
New Durham, New Hampshire
Baptist New Meeting House built
NRHP-listed
New London, New Hampshire
First Free Will Baptist Church   built
NRHP-listed
Ossipee, New Hampshire
Freewill Baptist Church-Peoples Baptist Church-New Hope Church built
NRHP-listed
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
built
NRHP-listed

New JerseyEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Hoboken, New Jersey) built
NRHP-listed
Hoboken, New Jersey
Upper Meeting House of the Baptist Church of Middletown built
NRHP-listed
Holmdel, New Jersey
Upper Freehold Baptist Meeting built
NRHP-listed
Imlaystown, New Jersey built in 1737, is the oldest Baptist meeting house in New Jersey
Orient Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Laurelton, New Jersey
Manahawkin Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Manahawkin, New Jersey
Mount Bethel Baptist Meetinghouse built
NRHP-listed
Martinsville, New Jersey
Community of St. John Baptist built
NRHP-listed
Mendham, New Jersey
Bethany Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Newark, New Jersey
First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church built
NRHP-listed
Newark, New Jersey
New Point Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Newark, New Jersey
Calvary Baptist Church (Ocean View, New Jersey) built
NRHP-listed
Ocean View, New Jersey
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist built
NRHP-listed
Paterson, New Jersey
Penns Neck Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Penns Neck, New Jersey
Old Baptist Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Scotch Plains, New Jersey
Old School Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
South River, New Jersey
Locktown Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Stockton, New Jersey
built
NRHP-listed

First Baptist Church of Caldwell Built in late 1880s Rebuilt in 1911

New MexicoEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Clovis Baptist Hospital   1982 NRHP-listed 515 Prince St.
34°24′12″N 103°11′44″W / 34.40333°N 103.19556°W / 34.40333; -103.19556 (Clovis Baptist Hospital)
Clovis, New Mexico
First Baptist Church (Las Vegas, New Mexico)   1922 built
1985 NRHP-listed
700 University Avenue
35°35′44″N 104°13′1.8″W / 35.59556°N 104.217167°W / 35.59556; -104.217167 (First Baptist Church (Las Vegas, New Mexico))
Las Vegas, New Mexico

New YorkEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Baptist Temple   1894 built;
1995 NRHP-listed
360 Schermerhorn St.
40°41′11″N 73°58′48″W / 40.68639°N 73.98000°W / 40.68639; -73.98000 (Baptist Temple)
Brooklyn, New York Romanesque
Greenwood Baptist Church (Brooklyn, New York)   1900 built;
2016 NRHP-listed
461 6th Street
40°40′8″N 73°58′48.5″W / 40.66889°N 73.980139°W / 40.66889; -73.980139 (Greenwood Baptist Church)
Brooklyn, New York Gothic Revival
Sand Lake Baptist Church   1805 built;
2004 NRHP-listed
2960 State Route 43
42°38′7″N 73°32′59″W / 42.63528°N 73.54972°W / 42.63528; -73.54972 (Sand Lake Baptist Church)
Averill Park, New York
Wheatland Baptist Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Belcoda, New York
Tremont Baptist Church   1904-1912 built;
2009 NRHP-listed

40°50′54″N 73°54′8″W / 40.84833°N 73.90222°W / 40.84833; -73.90222 (Tremont Baptist Church)
Bronx, New York
Macedonia Baptist Church (Buffalo, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Buffalo, New York
First Baptist Church of Camillus built
NRHP-listed
Camillus, New York
First Baptist Church and Cook Memorial Building built
NRHP-listed
Carthage, New York
First Baptist Church (Charleston, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Charleston, New York
Clifton Park Center Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Clifton Park Center, New York
Delphi Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Delphi Falls, New York
Seventh Day Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
DeRuyter, New York
Duanesburg-Florida Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Duanesburg, New York
First Baptist Church of Fairport built
NRHP-listed
Fairport, New York
Fenner Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Fenner, New York
First Baptist Church (Geneva, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Geneva, New York
Old School Baptist Church of Halcottsville built
NRHP-listed
Halcottsville, New York
Hartford Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Hartford, New York
St. Mark's Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Village of Highland Falls, New York
First Baptist Church of Interlaken built
NRHP-listed
Interlaken, New York
Livonia Baptist Church   1870 built
1977 NRHP-listed
Livonia, New York
Himrod Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Milo, New York
First Baptist Church of Mumford built
NRHP-listed
Mumford, New York
First Baptist Church (Newfane, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Newfane, New York
First Baptist Church of Cold Spring built
NRHP-listed
Nelsonville, New York
Emmanuel Baptist Church (New York, New York) built
NRHP-listed
New York, New York
Norway Baptist Church (former) built
NRHP-listed
Norway, New York
First Baptist Church of Ossining built
NRHP-listed
Ossining, New York
Otsdawa Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Otsdawa, New York
First Baptist Church of Painted Post built
NRHP-listed
Painted Post, New York
First Baptist Church of Phelps built
NRHP-listed
Phelps, New York
First Baptist Church (Poughkeepsie, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Poughkeepsie, New York
Second Baptist Church (Poughkeepsie, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Poughkeepsie, New York
Immanuel Baptist Church (Rochester, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Rochester, New York
First Old School Baptist Church of Roxbury and Vega Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Roxbury, New York
Second Old School Baptist Church of Roxbury built
NRHP-listed
Roxbury, New York
First Baptist Church (Sandy Creek, New York) built
NRHP-listed
Sandy Creek, New York
Olive and Hurley Old School Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Shokan, New York
Primitive Baptist Church of Brookfield built
NRHP-listed
Slate Hill, New York
The Baptist Church of Springville built
NRHP-listed
Springville, New York
First Baptist Church and Rectory built
NRHP-listed
Tarrytown, New York
Second Baptist Society of Ulysses built
NRHP-listed
Trumansburg, New York
Ten Mile River Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Tusten, New York
First Baptist Church of Deerfield built
NRHP-listed
Utica, New York
First Baptist Church of Watkins Glen built
NRHP-listed
Watkins Glen, New York
Webster Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Webster, New York
Wells Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Wells, New York
First Baptist Church of Weedsport built
NRHP-listed
Weedsport, New York
First Baptist Church   1881 built
New Hartford St. Wolcott, New York Romanesque Revival; one of three contributing buildings in Wolcott Square Historic District, built in 1881 and extended in 1927
built
NRHP-listed

North CarolinaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Andrews, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Andrews, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Asheville, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Asheville, North Carolina
Bear Grass Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bear Grass, North Carolina
Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bell Fork, North Carolina
Hannah's Creek Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Benson, North Carolina
Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Brogden, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Burlington, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Burlington, North Carolina
Oconaluftee Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Cherokee, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Eden, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Eden, North Carolina
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Eden, North Carolina
Smithwick's Creek Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Farm Life, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Fayetteville, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Forest City Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Forest City, North Carolina
Forestville Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Forestville, North Carolina
Cape Fear Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Grays Creek, North Carolina
Spring Green Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Hamilton, North Carolina
Damascus Baptist Church Arbor built
NRHP-listed
Harmony, North Carolina
Baptist Chapel Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Helton, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (High Point, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
High Point, North Carolina
Black River Presbyterian and Ivanhoe Baptist Churches built
NRHP-listed
Ivanhoe, North Carolina
Jamesville Primitive Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Jamesville, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Kernersville, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Kernersville, North Carolina
Kinston Baptist-White Rock Presbyterian Church built
NRHP-listed
Kinston, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Lincolnton, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Lincolnton, North Carolina
Jersey Baptist Church Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Linwood, North Carolina
California Creek Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mars Hill, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (New Bern, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
New Bern, North Carolina
First Missionary Baptist Church (New Bern, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
New Bern, North Carolina
Mount Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
New Bern, North Carolina
St. John's Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
New Bern, North Carolina
First Baptist Church (Reidsville, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Reidsville, North Carolina
Robersonville Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Robersonville, North Carolina
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Salisbury, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Salisbury, North Carolina
Kehukee Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Scotland Neck, North Carolina
Eastern Star Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Tarboro, North Carolina
St. Paul Baptist Church (Tarboro, North Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Tarboro, North Carolina
Webster Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Webster, North Carolina
Skewarkey Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Williamston, North Carolina
Brassfield Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Wilton, North Carolina
Mars Hill Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
The Summit Church 8 campuses across the Raleigh-Durham area Durham, NC
Bridge42 Church Morganton, NC

North DakotaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Liberty Baptist Church 1902 built
1987 NRHP-listed
Fifth & Christina Sts.
47°51′24″N 100°31′29″W / 47.85667°N 100.52472°W / 47.85667; -100.52472 (Liberty Baptist Church)
Kief, North Dakota Late Gothic Revival

OhioEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Athens, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Athens, Ohio
Free Will Baptist Church of Auburn built
NRHP-listed
Auburn Corners, Ohio
Bedford Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Bedford, Ohio
Columbia Baptist Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Union Baptist Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Cincinnati, Ohio
Shiloh Baptist Church (Cleveland, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Columbia Center, Ohio
Shiloh Baptist Church (Columbus, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Columbus, Ohio
West Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lebanon, Ohio
Park Avenue Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mansfield, Ohio
Mechanicsburg Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mechanicsburg, Ohio
Second Baptist Church (Mechanicsburg, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Mechanicsburg, Ohio
Bethel Baptist Church (Pataskala, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Pataskala, Ohio
Second Baptist Church (Sandusky, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Sandusky, Ohio
Ashland Avenue Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ashland and Woodruff Sts.
41°39′37.55″N 83°32′56.88″W / 41.6604306°N 83.5491333°W / 41.6604306; -83.5491333 (Ashland Avenue Baptist Church)
Toledo, Ohio Romanesque-style
First Baptist Church (Vermilion, Ohio) built
NRHP-listed
Vermilion, Ohio
built
NRHP-listed

OklahomaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Colored) built
NRHP-listed
Anadarko, Oklahoma
New Hope Baptist Church (Chickasha, Oklahoma) built
NRHP-listed
Chickasha, Oklahoma
Hopewell Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Edmond, Oklahoma
St. Paul Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Meeker, Oklahoma
Morison Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Morrison, Oklahoma or is it Morrison Baptist Church? try wp:NRIS info issues OK
First Baptist Church (Muskogee, Oklahoma) built
NRHP-listed
Muskogee, Oklahoma
Central Baptist Church (Muskogee, Oklahoma) built
NRHP-listed
Muskogee, Oklahoma
Calvary Baptist Church (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) built
NRHP-listed
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Eastside Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Okmulgee, Oklahoma
First Baptist Central Church built
NRHP-listed
Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Irving Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Ryan, Oklahoma
St. Thomas Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Summit, Oklahoma
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Tatums, Oklahoma
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Tulsa, Oklahoma) built
NRHP-listed
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Lone Grove Free Will Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Scipio Oklahoma

OregonEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Ashland, Oregon) built
NRHP-listed
Ashland, Oregon
First Baptist Church of Brownsville built
NRHP-listed
Brownsville, Oregon
First Baptist Church (Dayton, Oregon) built
NRHP-listed
Dayton, Oregon
Hugo Community Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Grants Pass, Oregon
West Union Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
West Union, Oregon
Holgate Baptist Church (SBC) 11242 SE Holgate Blvd Portland, OR 97266
built
NRHP-listed

PennsylvaniaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Baptist Institute for Christian Workers built
NRHP-listed
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nugent Home for Baptists built
NRHP-listed
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Allegheny Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Pleasantville, Pennsylvania
Southampton Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Southampton, Pennsylvania
Upland Baptist Church built
1851
Upland, Pennsylvania

Rhode IslandEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Baptist Church in Exeter   built 1838
NRHP-listed
Exeter, Rhode Island
Narragansett Baptist Church   built 1850
NRHP-listed
Narragansett, Rhode Island
Six Principle Baptist Church   built 1703
NRHP-listed
North Kingstown, Rhode Island built circa 1703, may be the oldest Baptist church building in the U.S.
Calvary Baptist Church (Providence, Rhode Island)   built 1896
NRHP-listed
Providence, Rhode Island
Congdon Street Baptist Church   built 1874-75
NRHP-listed
Providence, Rhode Island
First Baptist Meetinghouse   built 1775
NRHP-listed
Providence, Rhode Island oldest Baptist church congregation in the U.S., founded by Roger Williams in 1636, current meeting house dates from 1775
Harbor Church   built 1886
Block Island, Rhode Island currently building was originally a Victorian hotel, but congregation dates to 1600s
West Greenwich Baptist Church and Cemetery   built 1822
NRHP-listed
West Greenwich Center, Rhode Island
United Baptist Church (Newport, Rhode Island)   built 1846
Newport, Rhode Island Second oldest Baptist congregation in America, founded in 1638-1644
Shiloh Church (Newport, Rhode Island)   built 1798
NRHP-listed
Newport, Rhode Island
built
NRHP-listed

South CarolinaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Smyrna Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Allendale, South Carolina
Bethlehem Baptist Church (Barnwell, South Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Barnwell, South Carolina
Central Baptist Church (Charleston, South Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Charleston, South Carolina
First Baptist Church (Columbia, South Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Columbia, South Carolina
Padgett's Creek Baptist Church 1844 built
1971 NRHP-listed
843 Olde Buncombe Road 34°37′30.162″N 81°44′42.18″W / 34.62504500°N 81.7450500°W / 34.62504500; -81.7450500 (Padgett's Creek Baptist Church) Cross Keys, South Carolina
First Baptist Church (Darlington, South Carolina) built
NRHP-listed
Darlington, South Carolina
Good Hope Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Eastover, South Carolina
Horn Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Edgefield, South Carolina
Edisto Island Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Edisto Island, South Carolina
Gillisonville Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Gillisonville, South Carolina
Downtown Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Greenville, South Carolina
Little River Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Jenkinsville, South Carolina
Unity Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Kershaw, South Carolina
Catfish Creek Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Latta, South Carolina
Mt. Olive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Mullins, South Carolina
Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Orangeburg, South Carolina
Oolenoy Baptist Church Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Pickens, South Carolina
Robertville Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Robertville, South Carolina
Mount Prospect Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Rock Hill, South Carolina
Simpsonville Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Simpsonville, South Carolina
Corinth Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Union, South Carolina
built
NRHP-listed

South DakotaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Ipswich Baptist Church 1924 built
1978 NRHP-listed
Main St. and 3rd Ave.
45°26′41″N 99°1′32″W / 45.44472°N 99.02556°W / 45.44472; -99.02556 (Ipswich Baptist Church)
Ipswich, South Dakota Gothic Revival
First Scandinavian Baptist Church 1888 built
2000 NRHP-listed
43°52′15″N 96°38′41″W / 43.87083°N 96.64472°W / 43.87083; -96.64472 (First Scandinavian Baptist Church) Trent, South Dakota Country church
First Baptist Church of Vermillion   1925 built
1982 NRHP-listed
101 E. Main St.
42°46′44″N 96°55′49″W / 42.77889°N 96.93028°W / 42.77889; -96.93028 (First Baptist Church of Vermillion)
Vermillion, South Dakota Richardsonian Romanesque

TennesseeEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Beesley Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Baptist Female College-Adams House built
NRHP-listed
Woodbury, Tennessee

There are many more NRHP-listed and other Baptist churches in Tennessee.

TexasEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church (Amarillo, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Amarillo, Texas
University Baptist Church (Austin, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Austin, Texas
Macedonia Baptist Church (Cuero, Texas) 1890 built
1988 NRHP-listed
512 S. Indianola
29°5′12″N 97°17′54″W / 29.08667°N 97.29833°W / 29.08667; -97.29833 (Macedonia Baptist Church (Cuero, Texas))
Cuero, Texas
Saint James Second Street Baptist Church   1913 built
1999 NRHP-listed
210 Harding St.
32°45′34″N 97°19′28″W / 32.75944°N 97.32444°W / 32.75944; -97.32444 (Saint James Second Street Baptist Church)
Fort Worth, Texas Late Victorian
Tabernacle Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Fort Worth, Texas
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church   1875 built
1976 NRHP-listed
313 Robin Street
29°45′20″N 95°21′54″W / 29.75556°N 95.36500°W / 29.75556; -95.36500 (Antioch Missionary Baptist Church)
Houston, Texas
Bethel Baptist Church (Houston, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Houston, Texas
St. Paul's Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Paris, Texas
Prospect Hill Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
San Antonio, Texas
First Baptist Church (Stamford, Texas) built
NRHP-listed
Stamford, Texas
built
NRHP-listed
Harmony Hill Baptist Church Founded
1913
2708 S. Chestnut St. Lufkin, Texas

UtahEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Magna Community Baptist Church 1924 built
1986 NRHP-listed
2908 S. Eight Thousand Nine Hundred W
40°42′26″N 112°6′13″W / 40.70722°N 112.10361°W / 40.70722; -112.10361 (Magna Community Baptist Church)
Magna, Utah
Immanuel Baptist Church (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1910 built
1978 NRHP-listed
401 E. 200 South
40°46′4″N 111°53′0″W / 40.76778°N 111.88333°W / 40.76778; -111.88333 (Immanuel Baptist Church (Salt Lake City, Utah))
Salt Lake City, Utah Classical Revival

VermontEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Addison Baptist Church   1816 built
1978 NRHP-listed

44°5′18.21″N 73°18′10.71″W / 44.0883917°N 73.3029750°W / 44.0883917; -73.3029750 (Addison Baptist Church)
Addison, Vermont
Italian Baptist Church 1906 built
1975 NRHP-listed
10 N. Brook St.
44°12′13″N 72°30′34″W / 44.20361°N 72.50944°W / 44.20361; -72.50944 (Italian Baptist Church)
Barre, Vermont Renaissance
First Baptist Church (Burlington, Vermont)   1864 built
2001 NRHP-listed
81 St. Paul St.
44°28′40″N 73°12′52″W / 44.47778°N 73.21444°W / 44.47778; -73.21444 (First Baptist Church (Burlington, Vermont))
Burlington, Vermont Italianate
Georgia Plain Baptist Church   1877 built
2001 NRHP-listed
Stonebridge Rd. and Georgia Plain Rd.
44°43′15″N 73°10′2″W / 44.72083°N 73.16722°W / 44.72083; -73.16722 (Georgia Plain Baptist Church)
Georgia, Vermont Gothic Revival
Monkton Borough Baptist Church 1811 built
1989 NRHP-listed
Town Hwy. 1
44°13′55″N 73°8′13″W / 44.23194°N 73.13694°W / 44.23194; -73.13694 (Monkton Borough Baptist Church)
Monkton, Vermont Greek Revival, Federal
West Haven Baptist Church   1831 built
2007 NRHP-listed
48 Book Rd.
43°39′2″N 73°20′53″W / 43.65056°N 73.34806°W / 43.65056; -73.34806 (West Haven Baptist Church)
West Haven, Vermont Federal, Gothic Revival
built
NRHP-listed

VirginiaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Mount Zion Old School Baptist Church-VDHR 53-339 built
NRHP-listed
Aldie, Virginia
Alfred Street Baptist Church   1818 built
2004 NRHP-listed
313 S. Alfred Street
38°48′16″N 77°3′0″W / 38.80444°N 77.05000°W / 38.80444; -77.05000 (Alfred Street Baptist Church)
Alexandria, Virginia Mid 19th Century Revival architecture
Beulah Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Alexandria, Virginia
Ebenezer Baptist Churches built
NRHP-listed
Bloomfield, Virginia
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Charlottesville, Virginia) built
NRHP-listed
Charlottesville, Virginia
Delevan Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Charlottesville, Virginia
First Baptist Church of Covington, Virginia built
NRHP-listed
Covington, Virginia
Big Spring Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Elliston, Virginia
Flint Hill Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Flint Hill, Virginia
Zion Poplars Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Gloucester, Virginia
Coan Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Heathsville, Virginia
First Baptist Church (Lexington, Virginia)   1896 built
2006 NRHP-listed
103 N. Main St.
37°47′10″N 79°26′26″W / 37.78611°N 79.44056°W / 37.78611; -79.44056 (First Baptist Church (Lexington, Virginia))
Lexington, Virginia
First Baptist Church (Lynchburg, Virginia) built
NRHP-listed
Lynchburg, Virginia
Court Street Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Lynchburg, Virginia
Massaponax Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Massaponax, Virginia
Bethel Baptist Church (Midlothian, Virginia) built
NRHP-listed
Midlothian, Virginia
Montgomery Primitive Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Merrimac, Virginia
Olive Branch Missionary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Moneta, Virginia
First Baptist Church-Newport News built
NRHP-listed
Newport News, Virginia
First Baptist Church (Norfolk, Virginia) built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
First Calvary Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
Freemason Street Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
Queen Street Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Norfolk, Virginia
Emmaus Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Providence Forge, Virginia
First Baptist Church (Richmond, Virginia) built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
Fourth Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
Leigh Street Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
First African Baptist Church (Richmond, Virginia) built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Richmond, Virginia
Mount Moriah Baptist Church and Cemetery built
NRHP-listed
Roanoke, Virginia
Ketoctin Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Round Hill, Virginia
Mount Sinai Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
Suffolk, Virginia
Mount Salem Baptist Meetinghouse built
NRHP-listed
Washington, Virginia
built
NRHP-listed

WashingtonEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Chinese Baptist Church   1922 built
1986 NRHP-listed
Seattle, Washington
Grace Baptist Church (Spokane, Washington)   1905 built
1992 NRHP-listed
Spokane, Washington
First Baptist Church (Yakima, Washington)   built
2016 NRHP-listed
515 E. Yakima Avenue
46°36′15.11″N 120°29′55.98″W / 46.6041972°N 120.4988833°W / 46.6041972; -120.4988833 (First Baptist Church of Yakima)
Yakima, Washington

West VirginiaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
Charleston Baptist Temple   1924 built
2000 NRHP-listed

38°20′43″N 81°37′44″W / 38.34528°N 81.62889°W / 38.34528; -81.62889 (Charleston Baptist Temple)
Charleston, West Virginia Georgian- and Federal-style church designed by Ernest Flagg
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church   1832 built
1976 NRHP-listed

37°48′6.5″N 80°26′50″W / 37.801806°N 80.44722°W / 37.801806; -80.44722 (Mt. Tabor Baptist Church)
Lewisburg, West Virginia Gothic style church
Mount Zion Baptist Church (Martinsburg, West Virginia)   1836-38 built
1980 NRHP-listed
Opequon Lane
39°23′19″N 77°55′25″W / 39.38861°N 77.92361°W / 39.38861; -77.92361 (Mount Zion Baptist Church (Martinsburg, West Virginia))
Martinsburg, West Virginia Has stonework "unequalled" in Berkeley County
First Baptist Church (Parkersburg, West Virginia)   1871 built
1982 NRHP-listed
813 Market Street
39°16′4″N 81°33′24″W / 39.26778°N 81.55667°W / 39.26778; -81.55667 (First Baptist Church (Parkersburg, West Virginia))
Parkersburg, West Virginia Church of congregation founded in 1817; replaced 1837-built church on the site.
St. Paul Baptist Church (St. Albans, West Virginia)   1921 built
1998 NRHP-listed
821 B St.
38°23′4″N 81°50′20″W / 38.38444°N 81.83889°W / 38.38444; -81.83889 (St. Paul Baptist Church (St. Albans, West Virginia))
St. Albans, West Virginia Late Gothic Revival style

WisconsinEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
First Baptist Church of Fond du Lac built
NRHP-listed
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Freewill Baptist Church built
NRHP-listed
New Berlin, Wisconsin
First Baptist Church (Osceola, Wisconsin) built
NRHP-listed
Osceola, Wisconsin
Baptist Church (Ripon, Wisconsin) built
NRHP-listed
Ripon, Wisconsin
First Baptist Church (Waukesha, Wisconsin) built
NRHP-listed
Waukesha, Wisconsin

MalaysiaEdit

South AfricaEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, County Description
Baptist Church, Troyeville   1897 founded; 1909 current building 26°12′04″S 28°04′02″E / 26.20108°S 28.06721°E / -26.20108; 28.06721 (Baptist Church, Troyeville) Troyeville Oldest Baptist church in South Africa; now an ecumenical church

Other Baptist related entities and buildingsEdit

Church Image Dates Location City, State Description
American Baptist Publication Society   built
NRHP-listed
1420-22 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Baptist Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Kinston, North Carolina
Old Baptist Parsonage built
NRHP-listed
Wellington, Ohio

Primitive Baptist churchesEdit

There are several Primitive Baptist churches in the U.S.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "East Finchley Baptist Church Hall".
  2. ^ "Baptist Chapel".
  3. ^ "Central Baptist Church".
  4. ^ Austin J. Ruddy. "Renovating a great survivor of the "metropolis of dissent"". Leicester Live.
  5. ^ "Robert Hall Memorial Baptist Church".
  6. ^ "Hansom Hall".
  7. ^ "Pork Pie Chapel". Colin Crosby Heritage Tours.