Living Stones Temple

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Living Stones Temple is a nondenominational Christian church located at 1009 Walker Avenue in Fultondale.

The church was founded in November 2010 by Al Sutton, who left Sixth Avenue Baptist Church amid internal conflicts with church trustees and deacons. Those who followed him convened temporarily at Temple Emanu-El in Southside Birmingham until December 2011. The church purchased the former campus of Crosspointe Baptist Church at auction and dedicated their new worship center on Christmas Day.


  • Faulk, Kent (October 31, 2010) "Pastor of Sixth Avenue Baptist Church in Birmingham resigns to form new church." Birmingham News
  • Garrison, Greg (November 7, 2010) "Rev. Al. B Sutton opens new church as guest of Birmingham's Temple Emanu-El." Birmingham News
  • Garrison, Greg (February 9, 2012) "Living Stones Temple, born in church split, holding dedication ceremony." Birmingham News

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