In 1963, the Macon District Board of Missions and Church Extension explored the need for a new Methodist Church in the Forest Hill-Glen Cove area of North Macon. Rev. D. G. Mann conducted the survey and a steering committee set to work. With help from the Kingdom Builders Fund, a parsonage on six acres of a former dairy farm was purchased. Rev. William O. Powell was assigned as pastor. Services were held in the Science Lecture Hall at Wesleyan College. The church was constituted September 8, 1963, with 87 members and Rev. George Zorn, Macon District Superintendent, presiding. A fellowship hall was the first building erected. In 1977, a new parsonage was purchased, and, in 1979, the classroom wing was added. The single adult class was organized in 1980 and the kitchen enlarged in 1982. A new Allen organ was purchased in 1984 and a grand piano for the sanctuary was purchased in 1987. The family emphasis in all of this church's activities led to church-sponsored family camps. As the membership grew, the buildings expanded as organizations for church’s needs spiraled.