Walker Memorial United Methodist Church
In 1910 the name of the church was changed to Walker Memorial Methodist Church to honor supporter Corilla Walker, wife of William Walker. It was after this that the church expanded and built a new two-story building on the same lot in 1921. It was designed by William Leslie Welton. In front of the church, on the portico, are eight limestone Ionic columns. These columns, costing $1,000 a piece when the building was built, and each weighing 15,400 pounds, came from Bedford, Indiana.
The building currently houses the House of Restoration Church.
- Satterfield, Carolyn Green (1976) Historic Sites of Jefferson County, Alabama. Birmingham: Jefferson County Historical Commission/Gray Printing Company