The Tabernacle

The Tabernacle


The Tabernacle
Ky 100 East
Scottsville, KY 42164
United States

"The Tabernacle" built in 1897, and the seat of early revivals and gospel singing held in Allen County. The early days of the old Tabernacle with its sawdust floors and hand held fans formed the foundation for Allen County's deep gospel roots. Every September the Allen County Singing Convention was held here. "The Tabernacle" stands within the city limits of Scottsville on highway 100 East.


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