Address: 5041 East Shelby Drive, Capleville (Memphis)
Built: 1921-1923; ca. 1960
Architectural Style: Early Twentieth Century Ecclesiastical, Gothic Revival
Original Function/Purpose: Church
History: The Capleville Methodist Church was erected in 1921-23 after the Bethlehem Methodist and Capleville Methodist congregations merged. The attached two-story parsonage was built ca.1960. The structure is typical of post-World War I-built churches in Tennessee, with some elements of Gothic Revival style. It currently serves Safe Place Ministries.
City Council District: 3
Super District: 8
County Commission District: 11