Whitewater Baptist Church - Georgia Art Print
This Georgia art print features Whitewater Baptist Church in rural Macon County. The church gets its name from nearby Whitewater Creek. The building on the left is the older church that I remember from my childhood. The growing congregation has built a larger sanctuary in more recent years.
Whitewater Baptist Church traces its congregation back to 1877. When I look at the church in this print, it hits me as being the epitome of country churches throughout the American southeast if not beyond. It's the simple but classic architecture and the white paint. And I love the sense of it being nestled almost in the woods with the trees surrounding it. I think it's a scene that you can appreciate whether or not you call this your church.
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