This church is located in Camden County a little way off Bartram's Trail. Organized before the Civil War, for years the congregation didn't know its denomination. Following the Civil War, it was unused; several groups tried to buy it, but the Methodists succeeded. For a time it was also used as a school. The wooden building was built in the early 1900s, and in 1973 the South Georgia Conference Work Team helped to begin a new concrete block building. In 1972, this church was part of the Coastal District of the North Georgia Conference when it merged with the South Georgia Conference, and this church and the Woodbine Circuit became a part of the Waycross District. It was the first Black-owned church in Camden County.