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Historic Charm in a Small Town

The Euharlee Presbyterian Church is available to rent for wedding ceremonies and other events. This historic church in rural town is the perfect venue for your wedding ceremony.

Fill the pews with your near and dear to celebrate one of the happiest moments in your life. 

The church seats up to 195 guests.

There is a functioning organ and piano. 

Rental cost is $375 for one day; $550 for two days. A $150 cash deposit is required at the time of reservation.

All clean up is to be provided by the renter.

Decorations, paper products, and trash disposal are the responsibility of the renter.

Flame candles are not allowed. 

All trash must be hauled off, and may not be placed in city receptacles.

Alcoholic beverages and tobacco are not permitted at either venue.

Additional parking available next door at the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum.

Scroll down to see a 3D Virtual Tour of the Euharlee Presbyterian Church.

History of the Church

Established in 1853, Euharlee Presbyterian Church was long an active congregation that worked to create the community that is Euharlee. Started with just twenty members, the church worked to construct the Greek Revival style wooden sanctuary by 1855. Master builders John W. Clayton and Stephen Glazener were tasked with the job. Clayton and Glazener built many other buildings in Southwest Bartow County, including Stilesboro Academy in the nearby community of Stilesboro. When the sanctuary was first built, there was a balcony located inside for the African American members of the congregation. Many of those members were enslaved. The balcony was removed during later renovations.


Attendance boomed from 1850s to the 1930s. Records show that between 1850 and 1900 about 400 new members were received. The population of Euharlee waned after the Great Depression, as did the size of the congregation. The church went through an expansion in the 1990s and built the adjacent education annex. Unfortunately, membership waned and the church closed in 2012. The property is currently owned and operated by the City of Euharlee.

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