This congregation dates to 1892. Minister-Architect Charles Edward Choate’s beautiful design for this church embodies his relationship with this congregation, of which he was the first minister. Choate would later leave the ministry to become a full-time architect, well-known throughout the South. I photographed this last year, when the leaves were still on the sycamore. I think I like this view better, as more of the church is visible.
National Register of Historic Places
Marietta may have the iconic “Big Chicken”, but Stillmore has this artsy tribute to the poultry industry, which is the largest employer in the community.