Discovering Great Mormon Buildings

Archive for September 6, 2011

Logan 6th Ward Exterior

This Gothic style church is in a prominent location of Logan. The cornerstone was laid in 1908, the first meeting held in 1909, and the building completed in 1910. The Dedication was performed by James E Talmage once the building was completely paid off in 1917. A Cultural hall was added to the west of the building in 1927 and dedicated in 1930. The building was sold between 1972 and 1979. By 1979 the building was a printing shop called Deseret Towers in which no major modifications were made to the building. Recently the building has served as the Maranatha Baptist Church and is currently called the Alpine Church. The steeple has been significantly modified as has the interior chapel space.

395 S Main Street
Logan, UT
Built 1910
Architect: K. C. Schaub and Joe Monsen
Sold between 1972 and 1979, now called the Alpine Church
Listed on National Register of Historic Places
Click for Map Location of Building