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Historic Churches of Globe-Miami

Globe-Miami is fortunate to have a number of historic churches which date back to the early 1900’s. Many of these are also on the National Register of Historic places.  Built of brick and tuffa stone they have endured into the 21st century. This list only gives you a brief look at their history and the exterior shapes – but the real treasure lies within these churches in the interiors. 

Divine Grace Presbyterian Church

1Built in 1920 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Designed by the firm of Trost and Trost at a reported cost of $50,000. The pews are made of cedar brought from Mexico and paid for by church members, whose names are still engraved on brass plaques.
Read More: Celebrating its Centennial Year: July 10, 2011

305 Live Oak St * Miami   928-473-3158


First Baptist Family Fellowship Church

3Built in 1917 of native tuff from San Carlos this stately church is located a block from the downtown historic district.  


200 E Oak St * Globe  928-425-6503


St. Charles Catholic Church

3Built in 1910 by the Jesuits, this small church serves as both church and missionary school. Built out of the native tuff stone found at San Carlos, it is adorned with Apache and Catholic symbolism inside. 

Read More: Building the Apache Spirit: Father Piccoli Nov. 10,2013 

21 Mohave Ave * San Carlos  928-475-2449


St. Johns Episcopal Church

St. John's Episcopal Church in Globe. Photo by LCGross

4Built in 1907. On the National Register of Historic Places (1977)



185 E Oak St * Globe  928-425-5160

Lady of the Blessed Sacrament

5Built in 1917. On the National Register of Historic Places (2008)
Made of poured concrete, Father Joseph O. Barette oversaw the initial construction. Improvements to the structure and the interiors have ensured the past and future of this beautiful church.

Read More: Church celebrates 100 years. January 10, 2017

844 W. Sullivan Street * Miami  928-473-3568

 Holy Angels Catholic Church

6Built in 1916. On the National Register of Historic Places (1983)

The Church is made of tuffa stone from San Carlos and each of the large stained glass windows were paid for by local families. 

231 S. Broad Street * Globe  928-425-3137


St. Paul’s United Methodist Church




220 E. Cedar Street * Globe   928-425-2340


For a listing of Globe-Miami Churches and service times please see our page HERE.