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Hogan's Creek Missionary Baptist Church
Hogan's Creek Missionary Baptist Church was organized June 30, 1810, with
48 members by an extended arm from Dixon Creek Missionary Baptist Church.
The church was first named Caney Fork because she met where the Caney Fork
River empties into the Cumberland River.

In 1818 they moved two miles south to the edge of Hogan's Creek where
they built a new building and changed the name of the church to Hogan's
Creek Missionary Baptist Church. They built another new building in 1860.
In 1902, Elder J.H. Grimes said: " Perhaps not less than 1,000 persons
have been received into her fellowship since the organization". Since 1902
there have been many more. One hundred and ninety years later, Hogan's Creek
is still meeting every Sunday morning.

The deacons are Bro. Fred Angel, Bro Robert Waggoner, and Bro. Sammy Angel.
Hogan's Creek meets every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. for Sunday School and
11:00 a.m. for preaching. Hogan's Creek is located just outside South
Carthage, two miles up on Hogan's Creek Road off Highway 70 North.

(From The Sunday School Helper by Fellowship Missionary Baptist Publishing,
P.O. Box 475, Carthage, Tennessee Vol. 1 No. 1)

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