The Cumberland Presbyterian denomination grew out of the revival of the early 1800's on the western frontier. The first presbytery was formed on February 4, 1810, by Samuel McAdow, Finis Ewing, and Samuel King, ordained ministers.
There has been a Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Loudon since August of 1853, although the earliest records of the church date back only to May of 1855.
The present sanctuary is the third home for the congregation. It's architecture is Carpenter's Gothic. It was dedicated on the "4th Lord's Day" of July 1882.
The church continues to serve as a part of the Body of Christ, our sheperd and guide. Wherever Christ leads and directs, you are welcome to go with us.