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Abraham Lincoln's parents joined the Little Pigeon Baptist Church in 1823. We do not know if Abe himself grew up in any churches, however, as this is the only record of his parents membership currently known.

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He went to church in the city of Washington DC and he went to the Church of why do you want to know.

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Baptist Church

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