Formed in 1841 and at its present site since 1860, the church’s first home was on a lot purchased for $1,200 from Senator (and later, President) Andrew Johnson. In the wall of the upper right Main Street entrance is a visible Civil War cannonball, fired in September 1864, during the skirmish in which Confederate General Morgan, whose raids terrorized the Union Army during the Civil War, lost his life.
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