Central Presbyterian Church

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Tour this 1885 English Gothic Style sanctuary with rough cut limestone on the main façade. The church is still graced with its original stained glass windows, stairs, wainscoting, plaster walls and chancel area. A bell was returned to the tower in 2008 after many decades of absence. Central Presbyterian Church was organized in 1858 with 39 members from Atlanta’s original Presbyterian congregation.

Image by Rob Simmons

Event Details

Thursday, March 14, 2013
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Free and Open to the Public
Reservations Not Required
This event is partially accessible to individuals with physical disabilities. For questions call 404-688-3353.
This event is appropriate for young preservationists over 10 years of age.

Venue Information

Central Preserbyterian Church
Area of City: Downtown
201 Washington Street SW, Atlanta AL  30303
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Preservation Partner

Central Presbyterian Church

Central’s congregation is a vibrant community that celebrates diversity and is actively involved in serving the needs of the poor and oppressed from its location at the corner of Power and Powerlessness.

www.cpcatlanta.org