History of the Restoration Movement

Brushy Creek Church of Christ

Est. 1860

GPS Location
34°04'23.9"N 86°58'47.6"W
or D.d. 34.073308, -86.979894

In North Central Alabama, take I-65 to Exit 308, and head west of Cullman on Hwy. 278. Go five miles and turn left on County Road 813. Go 6.3 miles turn left on County Rd. 222. Go 2.7 miles and turn right on Co. Road 346. Go less than a mile and turn right on County Rd. 310. Go 1.2 miles and turn left on Church House Rd. Brushy Creek Church of Christ and Cemetery is located here. The Speegles and Selfs are on top of the hill toward the center of the cemetery.

From The Original Church Books

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Early Page From Membership Book

Early Page From Membership Book

1924 Baptism Entries

Brotherly Accusation Record In Membership Book

Old Photos Of The First Church Building

Note the updated entry-way in the later building

Photos As It Looks Today

Looking out toward backwaters of the Warrior River, where old building was located

Old Brushy Creek Church of Christ Cemetery on Hill Opposite the Entrance of the Church Building
Brushy Creek Cemetery
Buried Here Are Preachers:
David A. Speegle
David A. Self
Another Preacher For This Church, In A Cemetery Close By Is W.F. Bates

Photos Taken October, 2011
Courtesy of Scott Harp

Special Thanks To C. Wayne Kilpatrick for providing scans of pages from the original church book of the Brushy Creek Church of Christ. Also, he contributed the old photos of the church building you see on this page. Be sure to click on the pictures for a closer look.
Also, thanks to Tom L. Childers who located the graves of David A. Speegle and David A. Self in October, 2011. He was traveling for the day with your web editor when we found the location.

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