The year was 1914…

A tent was set up just north of Medora in a grove. A mighty Apostolic revival came to the small farming community nestled in the Hoosier Hills. The stories of miracles, signs, and wonders brought great interest and magnified God. By all accounts this is one of the first Apostolic churches in the state of Indiana.

After the tent meeting, church services were held in a store front on Perry Street. From there the people moved to a building on Main Street. The site for the present building was purchased December 30, 1915 for $110.00. Since that time the church has continued to grow to this day.
God has blessed Medora Pentecostal Church with generation after generation of faithful revival minded people. We are thankful for a unique and special heritage.

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