Places of Interest
Historic sites, churches, colleges and universities and other important places of importance to the Stone-Campbell tradition.
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Founded 1836, Bacon College was originally located in Georgetown, Kentucky. Now part of Transylvania College in Lexington, Kentucky, Bacon is believed to be the first established Stone-Campbell college.
Disciples of Christ Historical Society
A general ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Society also serves the Christian Churches/Churches of Christ and the Churches of Christ.
Hill Street Christian Church
The Hill Street Christian Church, no longer in existence, was the site of the 1832 union meeting between the followers of Barton Stone and Alexander Campbell.
Home of Alexander Campbell, one of the founders of the Stone-Campbell American religious tradition. Campbell's mansion is open for touring, and the college he founded, Bethany College, is still a vital educational institution.
National City Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
National City Christian Church is the national congregation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Presidents James Garfield and Lyndon Johnson worshiped there.