This old stone church sits between Alpena and Oscoda on Michigan’s east side. The first church built by the Presbyterians was built in Alcona in 1880 but moved to where the stone church now stands in 1886. In June of 1924, the original church was destroyed by fire when that was ignited from the sparks from the fire of a nearby farmhouse. The church was rebuilt by volunteers using stones from surrounding farm fields and opened for worship in 1936.
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