Church is a large part of Tennessee culture, due to the states’ location smack dab in the middle of the Bible Belt. The stunning architecture and spot-on design of these fifteen churches scattered throughout the state will make you smile, and just might have you sneaking into a pew this Sunday.
14) Bethel Presbyterian Church
If you're ever driving through Dandridge, make sure to stop by this beauty. The structure was build in 1880 and makes an appearance on the local historic driving tour, if you're so intrigued.
13) Lindsley Avenue Church of Christ
This vibrant church is located in the heart of Nashville and burns architecturally bright.
12) Christ Church Episcopal
This cozy place of worship is tucked deep into the green hills of Rugby, TN.
11) Downtown Presbyterian Church
There's something magnificent about the conglomeration of the old and the new.
10) First Presbyterian Church
Greenville has the honor of hosting this traditionalist church. The whitewashed architecture serves as a perfect representation of the old south.
9) Hermon United Methodist Church
Greene County serves as the home to this brick encrusted church. It looks welcoming and homey in that bed of green grass.
8) Sweeten's Cove
This white paneled church was founded in 1821, and you can find it tucked in the heart of South Pittsburg. It is even listed within the National Register of Historic Places.
7) Jordania United Methodist Church
White clapboard paneling and a red roof has had the Jordania United Methodist Church up for architectural awards.
6) Immanuel Episcopal Church
We're a big fan of the quaint architecture and big green front entrance to this LaGrange, TN establishment.
5) St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Who would've thought this beautiful place was in Memphis? For those of us that still think of Elvis and the blues, this gorgeous building is a cultural breath of fresh air.
4) Chapel at the University of the South
Looking as if it arrived straight from Europe, All Saint's Chapel is a beautiful addition to the southland.
Then you walk inside and have to pick your jaw up off the floor. That stained glass!
3) Wartrace Baptist Church
Wartrace may seem like a blip on the map, but this beautiful church is more than worth a stop.
2) Well Spring United Methodist Church
With the bell tower that reaches towards that stunning sky, Well Spring almost looks ethereal.
1) West End Baptist Church
Columbia, Tennessee is home to this antebellum-style building. With the trees blooming in the spring we can only imagine how the grounds will match the gorgeous exterior.
From majestic to quaint, Tennessee doesn’t hold anything back when it comes to its churches. What did YOU think? Have any favorites, or some you think should be on the list? Let us know in the comments below!