Stillmore Methodist

Stillmore United Methodist Church, Stillmore, Georgia (Emanuel County)
Stillmore United Methodist Church, Stillmore, Georgia (Emanuel County)

Stillmore First Methodist Episcopal Church in Georgia was organized in 1892.   Today it’s known as Stillmore United Methodist.   A woman associated with the church stopped her car when I was outside photographing and let me take a quick look inside.  The church appeared in good shape except some holes in the ceiling.  It’s a Romanesque Revival style brick church designed by Charles Edward Choate and built in 1908.  It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

Interior, Stillmore United Methodist Church, Stillmore, Georgia (Emanuel County)
Three rows of wooden pews face the dais in an auditorium style.  
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