"Two miles through the woods coming to church in the mule and the wagon. And we came to Sunday school and I didn't hardly miss many Sunday school," Lott said.
"It was lamplight. Sitting in the middle of the floor and we burnt wood. The mens cut the wood and brought it. And that's the way we stayed warm. We didn't have no running water," Lott said.
"The same word they had back then in 1868, that's what we've got today. That's the foundation that they laid back then. We're still standing on that solid foundation," Pastor Huntley said.
"It'd just be up under the brush, branches. Keep you out of the weather, in other words. Keep you out of the sun the rain, the weather. The preacher would come and preach. They went from that to a modern building in 1926," Pastor Huntley said.
"If they came through back then without lights, without gas, without an indoor toilet - we've got all the necessities, the things we have now - we can make it," Pastor Huntley said.