Mt Carmel Presbyterian Church is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is in rural Tipton County near Covington, TN. The church was established in 1834 by settlers heading west and became the center of the small community called Mount Carmel.
Mt Carmel Presbyterian Church continued its operations until 2000 when it merged with First Presbyterian Church of Covington.
The church building was completed in 1854 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Also, the church began regular use for a second time in August 2016.
Finally, the church was used, in 2005, for movie called Walk the Line. Surprisingly, several locations in Tipton County were used in the movie!
The First Presbyterian Church and the picturesque Mount Carmel Presbyterian Church four miles away united in ministry in September 2000. Mt Carmel church joined with the larger First Presbyterian Church and now operates as a single ministry. We hold early worship services Sundays at 8am and the sanctuary is available for weddings and other special events.
Early Morning Worship
WORSHIP THE LORD IN THE SPLENDOR OF HOLINESS (PSALM 96:9)
Join us Sundays at 8am for early worship – a simple service with traditional hymns. The service concludes in time for worshippers to participate in our Sunday school classes.