Our Churches

While there are too many houses of worship to detail, the following does provide an overview.

The Scots brought Presbyterianism with them and the Old Laurel Hill Church is the mother of many other congregations in the area. Soon after, the Second Great Awakening spread across the rural south, bringing Methodism and Baptism. Among the oldest of these churches were the Spring Hill Baptist Church (1820) and Caledonia Methodist Church, dating to 1835.

As black parishioners developed their own congregations from the Old Laurel Hill Church, they formed their own churches, including Cool Springs Methodist Church and Silver Hill Presbyterian Church. In addition, Lebanese moved into the area, furthering the Catholic community. 

Post-Civil War additions include African Methodist Episcopalians, Latter Day Saints, and many more. All of these influences, united in tolerance, knit our communities together.

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