Union Church, Davis City, Iowa

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For the first 20 years of its existence Davis City did not have a church. This church was built at the instigation of John Clark in 1878. Clark was a native of Scotland who was of no particular religious affiliation, but thought "the moral and religious training of the Christian faith of fundamental importance." The church building was accessible to all denominations, and is now owned jointly by Methodist, Presbyterian, and Christian congregations. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Number 2.