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2581 E. First Street, Crossville, TN, US, 38555

  • Phone: (931) 707-8638
  • Fax: (931) 484-9290
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»Beth Salem Presbyterian Church

Serving the African American community, the Beth Salem Presbyterian Church is touted to be one of the foremost churches in the county. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, initially it was closed down and later restored in 1950s.

Highway 30
Athens, TN 37303

»Briceville Community Church and Cemetery

Briceville Community Church and Cemetery is a non-denominational church located in Briceville, Tennessee, built in the year 1887. It originally served as a center for social events and community affairs for the Coal Creek Valley during the coal mining boom in late 19th and early 20th Centuries. It is a typical example of rural Gothic Revival style of architecture. It has white-painted weatherboard exteriors, a basement, a gabled roof and two Gothic Revival style towers on both sides. The church also has a cemetery.

State Route 116
Briceville, TN 37710

»Charleston Cumberland Presbyterian Church

The Charleston Cumberland Presbyterian Church dates back to the 1860s. During the Civil War, this church was transformed in to a medical facility that treated wounded Confederate soldiers. This church was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

Railroad Street
Charleston, TN 37310
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