Alleghany County VA Churches


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Name USGS Topo Map
Altamont Church Covington
Antioch Church Glace
Assembly of God Church Clifton Forge
Central Church Clifton Forge
Central United Methodist Church Clifton Forge
Church of the Brethren Clifton Forge
Cliff Dale Church Jordan Mines
Clifton Forge Baptist Church Clifton Forge
Clifton Forge Presbyterian Church Clifton Forge
Dameron Church Alleghany
Emory Church Falling Spring
Epworth United Methodist Church Clifton Forge
Falling Spring Presbyterian Church Falling Spring
First Baptist Church Clifton Forge
First Christian Church Clifton Forge
Fletcher Chapel Callaghan
Forrest Memorial Church Alleghany
Highland Chapel Jordan Mines
Hoke Chapel Callaghan
Holy Cross Church Clifton Forge
Johnsons Creek Church Callaghan
Johnsons Creek Church Callaghan
Lone Star Church Jordan Mines
Lone Star Church Longdale Furnace
Low Moor Presbyterian Church Covington
Main Street Baptist Church Clifton Forge
Mallow Presbyterian Church Covington
Mill Branch Church Jordan Mines
Moss Run Baptist Church Callaghan
Mount Olivet Church Potts Creek
Mount Pleasant Church Covington
Mountain Valley Church Strom
Oakland Church Clifton Forge
Palestine Church Alleghany
Persinger Memorial Chapel Jordan Mines
Pinnell Chapel Jordan Mines
Saint Andrews Episcopal Church Clifton Forge
Saint Josephs Roman Catholic Church Clifton Forge
Sharon Church Longdale Furnace
Sinking Spring Church Falling Spring
South Covington Church Callaghan
Sugar Valley Church Alleghany
Triangle Hill Church Clifton Forge
Walton Memorial Church Clifton Forge
Wet Grounds Church Jordan Mines
White Rock Church Covington
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