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.