This church, built by Isaac Dockery in 1886, is Sevierville’s oldest surviving public building. Constructed as a Union Church for and by African-American congregations, it remains the only such church in the county. Occupied over the years by different denominations, it originally contained pews and pulpit furniture created by Lewis Buckner.
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