The high steeple of this church has become a landmark to many as they travel through Nolensville. It began with 37 members in 1837, and the word Ã‚“SouthÃ‚” was added to the name when the Methodist church split over slavery, and kept until 1966. This church has served as a school and later a shelter for both Southern and Northern troops during the Civil War.
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