The original St. James met in what was the Armory Hall on Carneal Street starting in 1887.
St. James, Ludlow
Originally, the English speaking Catholic Church in Ludlow
This church opened in 1904.
St. Boniface, Ludlow, before 1915.
At the corner of Church and Adela, the little building to the right held a German language school.
Early German immigrants wanted their children to retain the German language, believing "Language Saves Faith."
|St. Boniface after Tornado of July 7, 1915
Northern Kentucky Views has a full page of damage from this tornado, here.
Sts. Boniface and James, c. 1986
304 Oak Street
|Ludlow Christian interior|
from 1851 to 1894
s.e. corner of Elm and Locust
|First Christian Church
Corner of Elm and Locust Streets
George A. Jones, Minister
A history of Ludlow Christian is here. (pdf)
|First Baptist Church, Ludlow, Kentucky|
Ludlow's Wesley Methodist Church
a sketch by Caroline Williams
|Wesley M. E. Church, Ludlow, 1909
to Mr. Robt. Rouse, Erlanger, KY, R.F.D 8/1/09
Things are coming my way. May stop again Sat
night. I talked to her last night and there was
a great change to be noticed. For the better. E.A.R.
Ludlow M. E. Church Parsonage, 1915
|Ludlow Presbyterian burns down.||A brief history of Ludlow's Church of Christ is here.|
|“A new M. E. Church at Ludlow, Ky., will be
dedicated December 29th at 2 p.m. Rev.
Thomas Hanford, of this city, former pastor
of the charge, he's been invited to be present.”
from Maysville's Evening Bulletin, December 20, 1889
|“A fine new brick M.E. Church was dedicated at Ludlow, Ky., Sunday.
The sum of $3600 was raised through the exertions of Amos Shinkle, of
Covington, to finish paying for the building.”
from Maysville's Evening Bulletin, December 31, 1889