radnor church of christ

A brief look at Radnor’s past

  Radnor Church of Christ, 1927

Radnor Church of Christ, 1927

The Radnor Church of Christ had its beginning on the first Sunday of September, 1925. Brother H.M. Phillips preached the first sermon in a tent meeting on the corner of Nolensville Road and Antioch Pike. The first regular service was held on November 1, 1925, with nine members meeting in a small shoe shop on Nolensville Road. Shortly thereafter the church began to meet in a building occupied by the Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House on Radnor Terrace. Later two lots were purchased and a building erected in the spring of 1927. The first service was held in July of 1927.

A new modern building was constructed in 1958. The Open House was held on August 17, 1958. It was to be used as an Educational Annex with twenty-five classrooms, an office, a minister’s study, a fellowship room, and storage.

The next undertaking was the present auditorium and originally more classrooms beneath it. Brother Luther L. Weathers preached the first sermon on April 2, 1962.