About

The Sturgeon Point Union Church has provided a place for worship and community for Point residents and visitors alike for more than 100 years. A modest church structure, erected in 1888, was replaced with the remarkable octagonal building we see today. Constructed of Georgia pine throughout, surrounded with windows that let in the summer sounds and breezes, and a bell that rings for Sunday services, the church has remained independent, welcoming worshipers of all creeds to services in July and August.

A bit more history…