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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Presbyterian Church –

 The Minot Presbyterian Church began on March 27, 1887 in a room above a saloon when 11 people met with Rev. F.M.Wood, Synodical Missionary in the Dakota Territory. In the fall of 1887 a small wooden building, 24 ft. X 44 ft. was built in downtown Minot on the corner of Second Avenue and First St SW. In 1907, a second larger church had been built on the same site. By 1925 the building was remodeled. A balcony was added, the front entrance changed and a fireplace and overflow room was also added. In 1957 the new church was built and dedicated in a new location on Third Street Northeast. This is the present location of the Presbyterian Church

 Original Presbyterian Church
Presbyterian Church - Downtown Minot

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