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Before its closing in the mid 1990's, the Lower Cumberland congregation consisted of two meeting houses: Miller along Route 34, north of Carlisle toward Sterrett's Gap, and Mohler's along Route 15, just north of the Turnpike. Miller's was built in 1855 on land donated by a Joseph Miller who was a deacon of that congregation. Nearby mountain stone was used to build the thirty by thirty-four foot church with a matching vestibule added in 1954. With the demise of this congregation, the District Steward's Commission endeavored to sell the property but continually incurred problems associated with legal transfer requirements or complications involving future trusteeship, particularly land that includes a cemetery. A solution was ultimately reached to move the structure to Camp Eder where it would serve as a chapel.