As I was driving around Decatur today, trying to find the Morgan County Courthouse (yes, I got a speeding ticket that I had to go pay), I drove by this beautiful church and I couldn’t resist stopping to take some pictures.
St John’s Episcopal Church was established in 1890, in the heart of downtown Decatur, Alabama. In 1893, the congregation dedicated the original structure that was built in the Gothic-style. The wooden church has since been in encased in stone. In 1983, the church was added to the National Register of Historic Places as part of the New Decatur/Albany Residential Historic District.