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St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Franklin

#7 of 9 in Historic Sites in Franklin
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church in Franklin, Tennessee, that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. In 1988, a National Register study of Williamson County historical resources described it as "one of the finest remaining" Gothic Revival style churches in middle Tennessee. The building was completed in 1834.

It is included in the Hincheyville Historic District, also listed on the National Register. St. Paul's is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee, in fact the diocese's (and state's) oldest congregation.

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  • This church is located at the end of the downtown area so we were able to find a parking spot and visit this church. Nice stained-glass windows on the interior. Peaceful and shady courtyard areas...  more »
  • Visiting a friend in Nashville, she wanted me to see this church on a visit to Franklin. The tiffany glass windows are exquisite. This was a favorite of our day in Franklin.  more »
  • St. Paul's welcomes all! Please visit us!
  • Doors of the church are always open (unlocked). ALL are invited to worship.

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