Gatlinburg First United Methodist Church, Gatlinburg

#4 of 10 in Historic Sites in Sevier County
Church · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Built of native stone, slate roof, and red oak. It is a work of mountain craftsmanship. When each stone was placed it is said that the Bishop told them "...that each stone be a song and each strip of mortar be a prayer." The Schantz pipe organ has been described to almost perfectly match the acoustics of the church. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in July 3, 2007 by the National Park Service. The church is known as the "Host to the Nation".
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  • It's behind the main road through Gatlinburg (441). But if you have a moment go up the drive where the church sign is and chech this church out. At the very least it makes great pictures but we enjoy....  more »
  • This church is beautiful up on the hill. We attended the 8:30am service. Everyone was very friendly! The pianist was absolutely amazing!  more »
  • Very nice service Many out of state visitors. Everyone was friendly. They had a guest minister and a guest singer.
  • A welcoming congregation.

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