The 1895 Church of StuArt is a historical structure located in Downtown Stuart, Martin County, Florida. The building is registered with the Florida Master Site File, the State of Florida’s official inventory of historical, cultural resources and has the state-assigned ID number: MT0034. Robert W. Hamilton, Jr. and Olga Hamilton have made this historical property their home and opened their door to the public. The owners are dedicated to the preservation of the first church building in Stuart, built in 1895, promoting not only the local history but also supporting the local artists. The 1895 Church of StuArt is also your destination for unique and original pieces of fine art in a wide variety of media, techniques, and styles. If you are looking for a special, meaningful, and thoughtful gift, please stop by! Most likely, you will fine a marvelous art piece within your budget. Would you like to commission and artwork, or maybe thinking about taking art classes? We will connect you with our local artists.
Our address: 311 SW 3rd St., Stuart, FL 34994
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In June, 2023, we celebrate the historical building’s 128th ANNIVERSARY!
The 1895 Church of StuArt is a historical building of the first community church, also known as the Pioneer Church, built in Stuart in 1895! Your donations help us maintain, restore, and preserve the building, and also continue to share historical information and articles. We greatly appreciate your support. The donations are not tax deductible.
Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities are available. Contact Olga Hamilton for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ceramic Fine Art by Lorrie K. Goss at The 1895 Church of StuArt