Wrightsboro Methodist Circa 1773
This double aisle jewel was saved for posterity when the McDuffie County government agreed to take possession and maintain it when the Methodists we no longer able to. What they have done is make available to all what is certainly the most authentic and well preserved Quaker church in Georgia. The interior of the church certainly reflects the Quaker lineage. It is a stunning tribute to this heritage and has been magnificently preserved. We are grateful to the stewards past and present for this gift. The Wrightsboro area is perhaps the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in the interior of rural Georgia, and is the southernmost point of the migration of the Quakers in colonial America.