Pearson’s Chapel, 1868, Altamaha

historic pearsons chapel methodist church tattnall county ga photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

Pearson’s Chapel Methodist Church was organized by Reverend W. M. C. Conley in 1868 and the church is thought to have been built shortly thereafter. The congregation is small, but still active; meetings are held the first Sunday of each month and the public is welcome to attend.

historic pearsons chapel methodist church altamaha ga photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2010

 

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Filed under --TATTNALL COUNTY GA--, Altamaha GA

2 responses to “Pearson’s Chapel, 1868, Altamaha

  1. The other church on the charge is Smyrna, which has a rustic interior, too. Here is the South Georgia Conference page with contact information: http://www.sgaumc.com/churches/detail/3382

    Kenneth Taylor
    Athens, GA

  2. Tom Robinson

    Wow – does this take us all back, more than a century – in fact! Excellent view, and amazingly well-kept.

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