United Methodist Historical Society of Ohio
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Established in 1839

Historic Sites & Heritage Landmarks

 
These links from the website of the General Commission on Archives and History are provided to enable quick access for members of the East and West Ohio Commissions on Archives and History.
 
Historic Sites [Click here for process and application forms]
 
An Historic Site is a location or structure associated with an event, development, or personality deemed of strong historic significance in the history of an Annual, Central, or Jurisdictional Conference. Historic Sites are designated by formal action of the Annual, Central, or Jurisdictional Conference within whose region the site is located. (from website of General Commission on Archives and History, www.gcah.org)
 
 
Heritage Landmarks [Click here for process and application forms]
 

A Heritage Landmark is a structure or location specifically related to significant events, developments, or personalities in the overall history of The United Methodist Church or its antecedents. Heritage Landmarks must have distinctive historic interest and value for the denomination as a whole, as contrasted with local or regional historic significance. Only those buildings, locations, or structures previously registered as United Methodist Historic Sites are eligible for consideration as Heritage Landmarks. (from website of General Commission on Archives and History, www.gcah.org)

 

Ohio Historic Sites and Heritage Landmarks  [Click here for current list]