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Emery Pioneer Church

2018-2021 Reporting

Emery Town Heritage Council 

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Pioneer Church

The pioneer church is the oldest remaining community building in Emery County.  It is significant due to wood frame construction, sheathed in clapboard, and lined with adobe bricks.  In 1980, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

When properly restored, the building will once again be used for a Visitor Center, Community Center: dances, movies, plays, lectures, concerts, weddings, receptions, local art and other community activities.

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Thanks to our Supporters and Friends

Supporters and Friends

Emery Town

Lynne’ Lake

Randy’s Service, Emery

UT Rep. Carl Albrecht

Live Earth Products, Emery

United Minerals, Emery

Comm. Lynn Sitterud

Mayor Gary Petty

Mayor Amy Sundstrom

CRSA Architects, Salt Lake City

Belle Anderson

Doris and Don Mangum

Randy & Sheila Anderson

Carrie Lou Grimel

Luella Anderson

Bob and Barbara Filipsic

Gwen Johnson

Gail and Carl Albrecht

Paul B. Anderson

Mayor Danny Van Wagoner, Castle Dale

Marie and Cy Eardley

Preservation Utah, Salt Lake

Breinholt’s Southeast Paint & Design, Price

Peczuh Printing, Price

CJ Custom Care Tree Service (Frog), Ferron

Lucinda Kindred Consulting

X Mission Web Hosting, SLC

Sunrise Engineering, Delta

Delbert Jensen

Jones and DeMille Engineers, Richfield

U.S. National Archives

Emery Town Historical Committee

Emery Town Heritage Council

Amy & ‘Smiley’ Sundstrom

Glenys & Lannie Sitterud

Kathy Tokle Anderson

Lisa and Dennis Mangum

Tara Payne

Laurel and Parke Killpak

Terry & Lindsay Edwards

Ross & ShaLane Christiansen

Erin Payne

Craig Anderson

Caroline Gardner

Mistie Christiansen

Dave Mangum

Gale (‘Rat Bait’) Anderson

Salt Lake Scandi Dance

Friends of the Flip and Fling

Frances Swasey

Russell Odle

Ed Geary

Dean Allen Contracting

Office Etc., Price

Waste Connections, Price

Magnuson Lumber, Castle Dale

USU Extension Services, Castle Dale,

Rowe Zwahlen,


Andrea Jolene Cox Bott

Donate Today!!!

Church Donations 


Every little bit helps to continue our goals and efforts in restoring the Old Church back to working order. 

Will you consider supporting our Old Church Restoration efforts? Donate at Town Hall today.

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