United Protestant Church

The United Protestant Church, also known as The Church of a Thousand Trees, is a historic church located at the corner of South Denali Street and East Elmwood Avenue in Palmer, Alaska. It is a rustic log two-story structure, in the shape of a cross. A small bell tower with a dormer roof rises just above the main entrance. The interior is shaped from rustic log elements, with carved pews. The church property includes a manse and garage, built from similar materials.[2]

United Protestant Church
Alaska Heritage Resources Survey
LocationCorner of South Denali Street and East Elmwood Avenue, Palmer, Alaska
Coordinates61°35′55″N 149°06′29″W
Arealess than one acre
Built1937
Built byLeo B. Jacobs; Rev. Bert J. Bingle
Part ofMatanuska Colony Community Center (#91000773)
NRHP reference #80000757[1]
AHRS #ANC-248
Significant dates
Added to NRHPApril 10, 1980
Designated CPJune 21, 1991
Designated AHRSJanuary 4, 1979

The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.[1]

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