Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Hamilton Methodist Church/Pentecostal Temple (Hastings, NE)
A fine example of a church built by African-Americans in greater Nebraska. The original building is still standing with minor alterations and still serving a Black congregation. Set apart by its historical significance [potentially eligible for the National Register as a religious property significant in the area of settlement], the church was built in 1904 and has been in continuous use for more than 100 years.