2002 Franklin Street, Bellevue, NE 68005
About This Destination
Come visit the Historic Presbyterian Church in Bellevue, Nebraska that was built in1858, and is believed to be the oldest surviving building in Nebraska that was built to hold religious services. It is also believed to be one of few surviving buildings in Nebraska that show original Greek Revival architectural influence.
The congregation of the church was founded in 1859, and, in 1970, was believed to be the oldest church congregation in the state.
The church was added to the National Register in 1970.