Cane Ridge Meetinghouse

One Of The Earliest Churches Of Christ In America


As The Meetinghouse Looked Before The Outer Edifice Was Built


The Outer Shrine Was Built In 1964

Some Scenes From Inside The Shrine


Rostrum Where Many Preachers Preached

Seats In Front

The Upper-Chamber

The Preserved Church Building
The Largest One-Room Log Cabin In America

Barton W. Stone - Preacher Of Righteousness
Taken From A Painting By W.C. Bower

Stained Glass Inside Shrine Of How Cane Ridge Looked When It Was Built
Taken From A Painting By W.C. Bower

Stained Glass Rendition Of Baptismal Pool Where Stone Was Immersed - Paris, Kentucky
Taken From A Painting By W.C. Bower

Stained Glass Rendition Of Producing
The Christian Messenger
Taken From A Painting By W.C. Bower

Burial Site Of Barton W. Stone

Burial Site Of William Rogers

Cane Ridge is located north of Paris, Kentucky. If you are on Hwy 68 north of Lexington you can either go through downtown Paris and turn right on Co. 460 or go around Paris on 68 and turn right toward Paris (north of town) and then back to the left on Co. 460. Go a couple of miles and turn left on C0. 537. Go 4 or 5 miles and the Meetinghouse is on the left.

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