Ideal United Methodist Church, 1914, Macon County

historic methodist church ideal ga photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2009

According to the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church: The Ideal UMC was formed in the early past of this century. With the decline of two other churches in the area, the Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Church and the Turner’s Chapel Church, there was a need for a church for the people of Ideal. Mr. George P. Brooks and Mrs. W. T. Harden directed the organization of the church on the second Sunday in May, 1908. The church began having services in the auditorium of the local school house, the Ideal High School…on November 5, 1913, the congregation hired a contractor from Oglethorpe, J. C. Stephens, to build the church…The new building was completed by May, 1914…

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3 responses to “Ideal United Methodist Church, 1914, Macon County

  1. Ted Floyd

    Does anyone know why this style of church building features towers of unequal height ? I’ve noticed this all over Georgia.

    Ted Floyd wtfbard@juno.com

  2. Tim

    Right across the street from my grandfathers place…….

  3. I’m sorry I missed this Gothic Revival church when we were in Ideal. I like this style.

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