Lawrence County Churches
Belles Chapel Freewill Baptist Church
Est. 1937; church built from 1937-1940;
Blaine Christian Church
Borders Chapel United Methodist Church
Bradley Gap Church
Organized abt. 1944
Brammer Gap Church
Church built 1895
Busseyville Methodist Church
Dedicated Sept. 1900; inactive since 1988.
Constructed Aug. 7, 1935; dismantled in 1977 by the Corps of Engineers(Yatesville Lake Project)
Catalpa Freewill Baptist Church
Built in 1958
Charley Freewill Baptist Church
Organized abt. 1917; old building constructed abt. 1924-1926 which was torn down May 12, 1985; new building erected
Cherokee Freewill Baptist Church
Organized in 1964 and building dedicated in 1965.
Cherryville Missionary Baptist Church
Est. 1922; new building erected 1977;
Concord Baptist Church
Founded June 1867; services held, starting 1894, in the Myrtle School House, a 20 x 30 foot log building.
Cordell Freewill Baptist Church
Dennis Methodist Chapel Church
Original building erected abt. 1895-1900 at Olioville. Torn down in 1931 and new building erected in 1935, at the mouth of Cooksey Fork and Big Catt Creek.
Dry Ridge Church
Located near Adams
Elizabeth Baptist Church
Organized 1894. Original building located on the Otis Bailey Farm [burned in 1935]. Second building erected on the Dobyns Farm, Cam Creek. In 1953, the church moved to Collier Creek.
Eloise United Baptist Church
Est. 1929; located on Rt. 644
Emily Northup Baptist Church
Org. 1915; on Griffith Creek (Summitt)
Evergreen Methodist Church
Est. before 1914; new building erected late 1950's or early 1960's.
Built and dedicated 1955
First Baptist Church
Organized 1883. Building erected 1887. Original torn down 1910 and new building dedicated 1911 (now owned by Young Funeral Home).
New building erected in 1958.
First Christian Church
Organized August 12, 1902; church building erected and dedicated June 12, 1927;
First United Methodist Church
Organized between 1847-1854. Originally called the First Methodist Episcopal Church.
Original log church built in 1840; church relocated to Griffith Creek in the 1880's (?);then moved to Lane and once again abt. 1917 (new building dedicated 1919).
Est. abt. 1880. defunct;
Isaac Park Free Baptist Church
Little Blaine United Baptist Church
Louisa Church of God
Est. July 26, 1969; organized as church April 9, 1978
Louisa Freewill Baptist Church
Louisa Methodist Church
First church a frame building, 1824-1849
Second church built 1849/50 and used until abt. 1879
Third church, 1879-1919
Fourth church, 1919 - present
Mattie Methodist Church
Built abt. 1901
Mt. Olive Church
Mt. Zion United Baptist Church
Est. 1851; located at Richardson
Myrtle Chapel Church
New Hope Church
Est. by Rev. Miles Sisson on Roe Creek in the 1800's. Possibly a Methodist church with North Carolina origin; it came
from scottish free men hoping to bring their believes to the new frontier. Defunct after 1863?
Information supplied by Patty Sweet
Point Section Church of Christ
Est. 1969 (?)
Richardson Chapel Primitive Baptist Church
Est. Sept. 8, 1962; church dedicated August 17, 1963;
Richardson Missionary Baptist Church
Est. Oct. 1, 1972; organized into a church June 28, 1985
St. James African Methodist Church
Est. 1880; located in Louisa, KY;
Savage Memorial Methodist Church
Church dedicated July 2, 1933; located at Fallsburg
Spencer Freewill Baptist Church
Located at Norris
Church built in 1888; located in the East Fork section
Webbville Community Church [Unity Baptist Church/Sulphur Springs United Baptist Church]
Constructed in 1891;
Yatesville Church and School
Est. abt. 1899 (?)