Then and Now: April 10, 2015

Friday, April 10, 2015
On Oct. 1, 1967, the Berryville United Methodist Church left the rock building on Springfield and Carl and moved to its current location on Eureka Avenue. But the solid old structure still had life in it. It served as the Senior Center, the Rainbow School (the precursor to the Carroll County Learning Center), various businesses, apartments, and the sanctuary was used by at least two congregations on an interim basis. After a fire gutted it in 2002 it was razed and now is used as a parking lot adjacent to the Stormrooms of America building. (David Bell/Carroll County News)

On Oct. 1, 1967, the Berryville United Methodist Church left the rock building on Springfield and Carl and moved to its current location on Eureka Avenue. But the solid old structure still had life in it. It served as the Senior Center, the Rainbow School (the precursor to the Carroll County Learning Center), various businesses, apartments, and the sanctuary was used by at least two congregations on an interim basis. After a fire gutted it in 2002 it was razed and now is used as a parking lot adjacent to the Stormrooms of America building.

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