Cross and crown
Cross and Crown
by Unknown
Originally called Caledonia Presbyterian Church after the township it was located in, the Spruce Presbyterian Church was organized by settlers of mostly Scottish and Swedish descent. Rev. Boyce was the longest-serving pastor, from 1901 through 1933 with the exception of six years. On the night of October 1, 1933, the white clapboard church building burned to the ground, cause unknown. In December 1933, the Rev. Boyce died, so the congregation lost its building and pastor within a short span of time. The Gothic-style field-stone church was built and rededicated in 1936. Their block is "Cross and Crown".
Location Spruce Presbyterian Church, 6230 Gillard Road, Spruce Michigan, MI
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