It is also known as 'The Smallest Church in America'.
This is an interesting church to visit while you are driving through the area. It's amazingly roomier in the inside than one would expect. It's well worth the visit to explore. There are church services held here. Call for more info.
This charming 10x15 foot structure was built in 1949 by Mrs. Agnes Harper as a refuge for weary travelers and the land deemed to Jesus Christ. It was built entirely with private funds.
Located in north McIntosh County, this little sanctuary has become a stop for thousands of I-95 and US Highway 17 travelers.
Situated near the South Newport River, the church was constructed in 1949, and represented a dream come true for Mrs. Anges Harper, a local grocer. She wanted the chapel to serve as a place of meditation and rest for weary travelers.
Although small, the structure is not lacking in character and beauty with stained glass windows imported from England. Local ministers still lead non-denominational worship there every third Sunday and the church is very popular for it remains one of the most unique structures along the Georgia Coast Scenic Byway.
It is still open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They have church services. Call for more info. Free Admission, self-guided tours and parking.
Phone: 912-437-4837 - Location: Intersection of US Hwy 17 and Harris Neck Rd., Darien, GA 31305