Olde Towne History

  • First Meeting

    First Meeting
    Olde Towne's first meeting was held in the living room of the home of Nelson and Becky Benson. 13 people were in attendance.
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  • First Building

    First Building
    The church signed a lease on a building located at 741 Hwy 51 North in Madison.
  • First Public Service

  • Dr. Marshall Stokes Preaches First Sermon

    Dr. Marshall Stokes Preaches First Sermon
    Former pastor Dr. Marshall Stokes started his work on June 1, 1993. He faithfully served as senior pastor of Olde Towne Community Church for twenty years.
  • Property purchased

    With the new millennium came the purchase of a 7 acre lot of property on Ridgeland Avenue.
  • Ground broken for construction

    Through the Grace of God and generous giving by congregants, the property was paid in full much sooner than anticipated, and in 2007, ground was broken for the construction of a new building.
  • Construction completed of new buildling

  • First service at Olde Towne Community Church

  • Prayer Garden constructed

    In 2011, the construction expenses for a new prayer garden were paid for by a generous congregant. The prayer garden was built behind the church building and serves as a quiet place to steal away with the Lord.
  • Olde Towne's 1,000th Sunday

    Olde Towne celebrated its 1,000th Sunday together as a church!
  • Installation of Dr. Dan Burnett

    Installation of Dr. Dan Burnett
    Dr. Dan Burnett is installed as Olde Towne's senior pastor.
  • Olde Towne Merges with Wesley Chapel

    Olde Towne Community Church and Wesley Chapel sucessfully merge as a united congregation!