- Whosoever will, may come.
- We have faith that engages both heart and mind
- We are a church where worship is central
The Manchester Cumberland Presbyterian Church can trace it roots to the events of February 10, 1810, in a small log house located in Dickson County, Tennessee. Samuel McAdow, Finis Ewing, and Samuel King, all Presbyterian clergymen, decided to form Cumberland Presbytery so that their doctrine of “whosoever will, may come” could be proclaimed.