The Oldest Church In Wyoming Dates Back To The 1800s And You Need To See It

Wyoming is a wild frontier, and when folks moved out west, they had to bring some of their old home with them. One way that pioneers found comfort in the fact that they were miles from their previous lives was to recreate the congregations of their hometowns. Wyoming’s oldest church dates back to the 1860s, and it’s worth a visit to step back in time.

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Wyoming is home to several beautiful churches that are all worth seeing, particularly if you are religious, or into our state’s storied past. These 10 Churches In Wyoming Will Leave You Absolutely Speechless, so plan to visit them this year!