The Atlanta Preservation Center presents its award-winning annual historic tour, "Phoenix Flies 2021."
The tour is a collection of historically significant buildings and sites in Atlanta, and is free of charge to the public.
Paces Ferry United Methodist Church and the adjoining Pleasant Hill Cemetery have been chosen to participate in this year's tour on
March 6th and March 20th from
10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Since this is a walking tour, please be advised that inclement weather on the day of the tour could lead to cancellation of that day's event at our church.
For more information, please email Elaine Bolton at: firstname.lastname@example.org
See Pleasant Hill Cemetery, where church founder William Brown is buried.
Learn about PFUMC's connection to famed Atlanta educator, Ida Williams.
Meet Methuseleh, our 290 year old oak tree.
Paces Ferry UMC member Ansley Conner was the force behind the installation of landscape lighting for the front of the church grounds. Now, evening passers-by can see the 290-year old oak tree, as well as the 144 year old sanctuary.
We owe a debt of gratitude to Tom Perdue for lending his time and talent to the maintenance and renovation of the Fellowship Hall and sanctuary.
ductless HVAC systems have been installed, and
the Fellowship building is now ready to provide dressing facilities for weddings,
as well as space for other events.
Please join us for Atlanta Preservation Center's 18th annual tour, Phoenix Flies: A celebration of Atlanta's historic sites. For more information, visit our NEWS page.