Located near the railroad line in Waynesboro, Georgia, is the old wood-framed church of Haven Memorial Methodist Episcopal. The building was constructed in 1888 and has Gothic Revival detail, including pointed arches. The church was associated with Haven Academy, which was a school founded just after the Civil War to serve the former slaves. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.
Postscript-In September, 2017, arson struck this church and it was completely destroyed.