Founded in 1966, the North Randolph Historical Society seeks to ensure the preservation of St. Paul Methodist Church and Randolph County's rich history by collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting archival materials and physical artifacts associated not only with the history of northern Randolph County, but also with the larger Randolph County community.
about St. Paul Museum
St. Paul M. E. Church, South was organized in 1855. In 1879, the present hand-made brick building was erected through the generous funding of John H. Ferree and John Banner Randleman. In 1948, St. Paul merged with Naomi Methodist Church to become First Methodist Church. The last religious service was held in 1951. The church became St. Paul Museum in 1968.
about St. Paul Cemetery
St. Paul Cemetery is maintained by First Methodist Church of Randleman, North Carolina. Click here to see some of the headstones.