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A Place in History: New Apostolic Church • Monroe
The New Apostolic Church in the 1500 block of 13th Avenue is a structure built in the Greek Revival style.

Its facing gable, overhanging cornice, wide entableture bridging the corner pillasters and tall windows with flat lintels provide definite identity.

The 1891 Monroe "Illustrated Review and City Directory" reported this building was the second edifice of the German Evangelical Church. It had been erected in 1863 at the southwest corner of 16th Avenue and 16th Street (later site of the Immanuel Church). In 1889, the wooden building was moved to the 13th Avenue site and used for many years by the United Brethren congregation.