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The outside of the building is of modest architectural interest, built in around 1953 according to their website. ->However<-, the inside is a hideous later 20th century remuddle (muddled remodel), stripped of almost interest for the sake of cost and practicality. There are vinyl tiles...More
We have visited for Sunday Mass twice now and we have found it to be a good stop on our way as we are headed home from our visit to the Smokey Mountains. In a busy location it is a nice break from all the...More
My wife and I attended the 9am Mass on Sunday and were greeted at the door by two local parishoners, Mass started promptly at 9am, and ended at 10am. The priest was very friendly and my wife and I got to bring up the offeratory/gifts...More