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Pam Jones explains the confusion in the three church pictures

Three United Methodist Churches in three counties, all with the same name

Pam Jones writes:
They are all Jones Chapel United Methodist Churches. The one on the left is in Cumberland County. The one on the right is in Taylor County. The center church is here in Adair County on Jones Chapel Road. I am a member of that church. --Pam Jones
Comments re photo 70919 Churches of South Central Kentucky Whats all the confusion



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Churches of South Central Kentucky - What's all the confusion?



2017-02-02 - Cumberland, Adair, and Taylor Counties - Photo ColumbiaMagazine.com.
There's a special element of confusion about these three churches? Anybody want to guess? It will take about a paragraph to explain. It's one of the only situations just like it in South Central Kentucky.
Pam Jones send correct answer: "They are all Jones Chapel United Methodist Churches. The one on the left is in Cumberland County. The one on the right is in Taylor County. The center church is here in Adair County on Jones Chapel Road. I am a member of that church." -Pam Jones

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