In addition to Omaha Baptist, the small town of Omaha, Georgia has another church. Instead of the little house behind the farmer in the famous American Gothic painting, I think this church would have been a great fit. The western Georgia town of Omaha sprang up as the Seaboard Air Line Railroad built tracks nearby in the 1890s. The church is believed to have been built in that decade. When I visited, it didn’t look like it was still in use, but the sign in front says that services are the third Sunday of the month.