Friday, February 12, 2010

BOOKS, The Restoration of The Gospel of Jesus Christ, Church Religion Book of God

Books, The Restoration of The Gospel of Jesus Christ
Church Religion Book of God

MACON Georgia Church History


It has been said that Macon has more churches per capita than any other city in the South; clearly, religious life has been an important part of the community from its earliest years, exerting both spiritual and political influence. The Episcopalians were the first denomination to organize (1825), joined shortly by Baptists, Methodists, and Presbyterians (1826), which entities continue in existence as Christ Church (Episcopal), First Baptist on High Street, Mulberry Methodist, and First Presbyterian. Other faiths followed: Catholics in the 1830s, Jews in the 1840s, the Christian denomination in the 1880s, Christian Scientists in the 1890s, and by the turn of the century, Adventists, Theosophists, Free Methodists, Pentecostals, Lutherans, Nazarenes, and Free Will and Primitive Baptists.
In the late twentieth century came Evangelicals, Church of God, Holiness, Jehovah's Witnesses, Unitarians, Mormons, Muslims, and Baha'i. African Americans worshiped in their masters' churches during slavery but broke into separate congregations after the Civil War and now represent numerous denominations, many of which are independent. Of the more than 250 congregations in Macon, by far the greatest number has been Baptist, with Methodist a distant second, but increasing numbers are non- or interdenominational.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Monday, January 25, 2010

EATONTON GEORGIA CHURCHS, Putnam County GA. Church Religion

Clements Chapel Methodist Church,
Pastor Mamie Caldwell,
583 Gray Rd. SW, Eatonton GA.
 Putnam County Georgia
Phone Number 706-485-3048

Grace Baptist Church, Independent Missionary,
163 Greensboro Rd., Eatonton,GA.
Putnam County Georgia
Phone number 706-485-5895

First United Methodist Church,
302 N. Madison Ave.Eatonton Georgia,
Putnam County GA.
Phone Number office  706-485-5871

All Angels Episcopal Church,Putnam County Georgia

405 N. Jefferson Ave.
Eatonton GA. 31024
Episcopal Phone Number 706-485-0670

St. John A.M.E. Church,
311 E. Harris St. Eatonton Georgia
Phone Number 706-485-9433


SPANISH CHURCHES, Mexican Church, Eatonton Georgia, Putnam County GA.

IGLESIA CRISTIANA BETHEL, Church of God of Prophecy, 
Eatonton Georgia, Putnam County GA.


Monday, January 18, 2010


Jesup Georgia          Methodist Churchs         

Milledgeville Georgia    First United Methodist Church, Baldwin County GA.
Trinity Christian Methodist Church, Milledgeville Georgia Downtown built 1921

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Macon Georgia, SHURLINGTON United Methodist Church, Bibb County GA.
2060 Shurlington Dr.,Phone number 478-742-4766

PINSON Memorial Methodist Church, Sylvestor Georgia

Trinity United Methodist Church, Waycross Georgia

First United Methodist Church, Waycross Georgia

Hardwick United Methodist Church, Baldwin County Georgia
195 SE Hardwick St.  Phone number 478-452-1513

Saturday, January 2, 2010

BAPTIST CHURCH, Milledgeville Georgia Baptist Church's

First Baptist Church, Milledgeville Georgia Downtown,   founded 1811
330 S. Liberty St. 478-452-0502    Prayer room 452-2255

Northside Baptist Church, Milledgeville GA.  Jefferson Street
1001 N. Jefferson St.          478-452-6648

Sinclair Baptist Church, Baldwin County,Milledgeville, Lake Sinclair
102 NE. Airport Road,  478-452-4242 

Bible Study 9:15a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30a.m.
Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Discipleship Classes 6:45 p.m.
Preschool available
Christian School:

Oak Grove Baptist Church, West Baldwin County GA.
508 W. Highway 49,Milledgeville Georgia   478-453-3326

Friendship Baptist Church, East Baldwin County GA
Reverend  Jackie Crockett Pastor

Washington Baptist Association, East Baldwin County Georgia
615 Hwy. 24 East
                 Milledgeville, GA  31061
Phone Number     478-453-8111

Office Hours:
Monday, Wednesday
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.