Curated by: The Brigham City Heritage Tours Team
The oldest church still standing in Brigham City was begun in 1884 and completed in 1886. Built as the First LDS Ward building, it was made of stone, and a wooden recreation hall was later added to form a T with the main building.
The church was also used as a school called the Old Rock School until the 1911-12 school year when Lincoln School was completed.
The Presbyterian Community Church bought the building in 1954. At present, it houses worship services for the Victory Assembly of God Church.
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