North of Savannah at the crossroads of Georgia Hwy 17 and 24 is the small city of Oliver Georgia. I was not able to find much information about this old church except for the writing of Brian Brown with Vanishing Georgia. Brian writes that it was a Methodist Church established in 1912 and local folks also posted comments
It is a very interesting window on the side and front featuring a Star. One of the explanations I found was on religionfacts.com:
In a Christian context, the Star of David (a six-point star or hexagram) is often known as the Creator’s star or Star of Creation.
The six points of the Creator’s Star represent the six days of creation, as well as six attributes of God the Creator:
Front window centered between two entry doors and bell tower with diamond stained glass
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I hope you are enjoying the sites of Coastal Georgia and South Carolina
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What a lovely building, Alice.
The small towns have the best finds
Beautiful photos and information on this lovely church!
Fascinating. Not only interesting and fine photos, but fascinating facts. Thank you!
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