Thank you Doug. Here are some answers -
1 - There are currently no church categories in Alabama, so that is wide open. That said, there are numerous Hopewell and New Hopewell churches in Alabama both today and in the early 1800's
2 - I misspoke earlier. The original church was the "Hopewell Baptist Church" at Lidaga, in today's Cherokee county, Alabama. I have sources for the name and the location. The church minutes for the Hopewell Baptist church at its charter in 1832 to 1847 are published in the FamilySearch Catalog. This published copy by Mrs. Frank Ross Stewart was issued as a part of the current church's sesqui-centennial celebration in 1982.However, that publication mixes information about the modern church with the historical church, including a variety of church names.
3 - The church today that evolved from the original church is the "New Hopewell Baptist Church", it is in Piedmont, Calhoun County, AL.
The space page will be about the Hopewell Baptist Church at Lidaga, Cherokee County, Alabama, 1832 to 1847. I have not created the space page yet. I wanted to get the details sorted out and the category decided first.
I would prefer the church be categorized by it's historical name and location, on Terrapin Creek, at Lidaga, Cherokee County, Alabama. Note that the hamlet of Lidaga does not exist anymore. The last sighting on a map is 1910. In the 1800's, there was a Post Office at Lidaga and I have the Post Office registration for the place. Also the first US Geographic Service Topo map for the area (1898) shows the hamlet of Ladiga.
4 - The church is not mentioned in WikiPedia. The establishment of the Hopewell Church is discussed in "A History of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Alabama" by Hosea Holcombe, Publication" King and Baird, Printers, Philadelphia, 1840. In that text the location is given as Benton County, Alabama. But location where the church met is in today's Cherokee County.