Built by the residents of the growing community of E.T. City in 1884, a new rock meeting house now stands in what is known today as Lake Point, Utah. The building served as a hub for community meetings, church services, and as a school. Later, an adjacent school building was constructed, which served the community for many years. In 1923, the town changed its name from E.T. City to Lake Point, and today, the historic rock meeting house serves as a reminder of the town’s rich history and as a popular destination for visitors interested in the region’s cultural heritage. The structure is privately owned.