On the National Register of Historic Places, with its original dating back to 1835.
Initiative from current pastor Bro. Dannis Lunsford and former pastor Milton Roberts.
Located on Scarce Creek Rd.
Photo from the Lexington Progress April 1, 2015


Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church
Current Pastor is Milton Roberts
Services held every 2nd & 4th Sunday at 2 P.M.

Photos taken November 27, 2007

The arm at Mount Pisgah, having petitioned to her mother Church at Hopewell for a division, in order to form for herself a constitution, and be organized into a distinct Church, was granted the following letter to which is annexed the names of the petitioners.

State of Tennessee
Henderson County

We the United Baptist Church at Hopewell Meeting house now in conference, do hereby certify that the following members are dismissed from us in full fellowship for the purpose of constituting a church at Mount Pisgah a new meeting house, in Henderson County.

Done in conference on Saturday preceding the second Lord's day in August, 1835
Signed by order of the Church. (W.F.T. Rainey, Clerk)

Male Members:
Elder John C. Martin
William Todd
Benjamine Todd
Henderson Clark
Henry Morris
Sam H. Burton
Cyrus J. Burns

Black Males:
Ottoway, a servant of T. Johnson

Female Members:
Mary Todd
Nancy Todd
Lucy Clark
Elizabeth Griggs
Eliza Reeves
Nancy Atkins
Clarissa Stanford
Marin Miller
Alie Griggs
Lucy Rose
Sarah Sykes/Sikes
Nancy King
Jane S. Martin
Judith Foster
Ann A. Burton
Isabella Mann
Elizabeth Burns
Kitty Mann
Christiana Miller
Eliza Cain

Black Females: Penny, a servant of J.C. Martin
Holly, a servant of D. Small

Making in the whole 31 members. And having called to our assistance Elders Lemuel Herron and Jacob Browning to constitute us as a church, on the 25th of April, 1835.

Miller Cemetery

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