Waynoka church building named to National Register


January 17, 2018

The First Congregational Church at 1887 Cecil St. in Waynoka is significant as an excellent local example of the late 19th- and 20th-century Revival style. The church building is a subtle combination of the Mission and Late Gothic Revival styles. Preservation Oklahoma Inc. contracted for the nomination's preparation.

The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) has announced eight new National Register of Historic Places listings in Oklahoma, added in December 2017. The National Register is our nation's official list of properties significant in our past. One of the properties is located in Waynoka in Woods County. Places added to the register in December are:

• 101 Rodeo Arena, Ponca City, Kay County

• Attucks Community Center, Ponca City, Kay County

• James J. McGraw House, Ponca City, Kay County

• Roosevelt Elementary School, Ponca City, Kay County

• First Congregational Church, Waynoka, Woods County


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