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Painting by Chris Walker....  Midway Church (center)  Flemington Presbyterian Church (right)  Walthourville Presbyterian Church (top left & Dorchester Presbyterian Church (bottom left)

Painting by Chris Walker.... Midway Church (center) Flemington Presbyterian Church (right) Walthourville Presbyterian Church (top left & Dorchester Presbyterian Church (bottom left)

Walthourville GA Presbyterian Church Liberty County Historic Landmark Midway Retreat Picture Image PHoto Copyright Brian Brown PHotographer Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2012

Walthourville GA Presbyterian Church Liberty County Historic Landmark Midway Retreat Picture Image PHoto Copyright Brian Brown PHotographer Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2012

Walthourville Presbyterian Church  est. 1884 pastorate  Rev. Robert Quarterman Mallard (1856-1863)

Walthourville Presbyterian Church est. 1884 pastorate Rev. Robert Quarterman Mallard (1856-1863)

Dorchester Presbyterian Church GA Liberty County Historic Landmark Midway Congregation Retreat Square Bell Tower Picture Image Photo Copyright Brian Brown Photographer Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2012

Dorchester Presbyterian Church GA Liberty County Historic Landmark Midway Congregation Retreat Square Bell Tower Picture Image Photo Copyright Brian Brown Photographer Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2012

Sapelo Island GA McIntosh County St. Luke Baptist Church 1884 Gullah Saltwater Geechee Historic Community Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2012

Sapelo Island GA McIntosh County St. Luke Baptist Church 1884 Gullah Saltwater Geechee Historic Community Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2012

Congregational life revolved around the  church and a sanctuary was among the first  structures they built as they arrived on their  new lands. Completed in 1752, the original  Midway Congregational Church or Midway  Meeting House stood on the site of the  present structure. Land was reserved for a  cemetery just to the west across the road that  connected Savannah with Darien and Fort  Frederica.

Congregational life revolved around the church and a sanctuary was among the first structures they built as they arrived on their new lands. Completed in 1752, the original Midway Congregational Church or Midway Meeting House stood on the site of the present structure. Land was reserved for a cemetery just to the west across the road that connected Savannah with Darien and Fort Frederica.

Midway Church. One of my favorite places to worship. Love the simplicity of this place.

Midway Church. One of my favorite places to worship. Love the simplicity of this place.

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