Northcutts Cove Chapel-Grundy County, Tennessee

The are only a a handful of rural churches left that were built and used by the Latter Day Saints. Northcutts Cove Chapel was built in 1909. It was built on land donated by church member, John Tipton.

It is often stated it is the oldest LDS church still standing in the rural southeast. However, the Cumorah Church in Douglas, Georgia was built in 1907. Northcutts Cove is in significantly better condition, though. Neither building is under the auspices of the Latter Day Saints anymore.

It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

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