Chubb Chapel United Methodist is a unique rural Methodist church established by the eight Chubb brothers and their sisters, who were free-born Blacks .
The Chubb family settled in this area, about 80 miles northwest of Atlanta and five miles southeast of Cave Spring, before the Civil War and created a farming community called Chubbtown.
In 1870, after the Civil War, the Chubb Family and neighbors built the church. It is currently the only remaining building from the original Chubbtown that is not residential. The church is on the National Register of Historical Places.