Antioch United Methodist Church was organized sometime between 1812 and 1815. The first building was located in an area called the "Fork District."
Sometime in the 1820's a log structure was built on the west side of the present cemetery. It was named "Antioch" and used until 1846.
A new church was constructed because of increased membership and growth. It had two doors, one for the men, and one for the women. This building was in use approximately 120 years.
Again it became necessary to enlarge the building because of growth, so the present structure was completed in 1968. Truslow hall was completed in 1980 under the leadership of Marion Truslow, an Architect and Builder. Upon completion it was dedicated in his honor.
Please join us at Don Carter State Park for a load of Famly Fun! Festivities will begin at 3:00pm. Activities include swimming, fishing, walking, hiking, and corn hole, or just come and enjoy some relaxing time with family and friends. A picnic shelter has been reserved, and we will provide hamburgers and hotdogs. Plans are to eat dinner around 6:00pm. Please sign up in the church narthex or by emailing Emily Hulsey so we have an idea of how many to expect. There is also a sign up list for food for the cook out. The shelter has 8 picnic tables, but you might want to bring a chair. There is a $5 parking fee for each vehicle. If you have questions, please ask Emily Hulsey, Nancy Hulsey, or David Lee. Hope to see everyone there!!