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The church was organized in 1861.  The church house was built in 1869 and a new church was dedicated in 1870.  In 1915 Bula Baptist Church joined with Union and West Warren Baptist Churches.
The church was organized in 1849.  The first two buildings burned down, and the present church was erected in 1895.
The church is located south of Bula, W. Va.  It was organized in 1847 and the building was built in 1870.  The present church was erected in 1893.
The church was organized in 1836.
The two churches of different denominations stand next to each other on a hill above a covered bridge. West Warren Baptist is on the left, Wadestown Methodist is in the middle, and in the lower right of the image is the covered bridge.
The church was first organized in 1854, this building was be dedicated in 1963.
The church was organized in 1854.  A new church building was built in 1954.
The church was organized in 1849.  The current building was erected in 1908.
The church was founded in 1829.  The present church was built in 1896-1897.
The church was organized in 1835.
The church was built sometime around 1860 in Hagans, which was once known as 'Frizzbang.'
The date the church was organized is unknown, but likely between 1860 and 1870.  A frame church was built in 1890 but destroyed by fire in 1913.  The name then changed to St. Luke Christian Church and a new building was erected in 1918.