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Richard Stowe, Historian for the Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church, has created an online workshop for local church historians that is now being offered by the General Commission on Archives and History. The Local Church Historian Program offers a wide range of skills useful to both the novice and the expert historian to make their Ministry of Memory even more complete. Participating churches will learn to dig deeper into their story for the purpose of proclaiming it to the world and further making disciples for Jesus Christ. This free workshop will begin in September 2020 and registration can be found by clicking the link below. The only things necessary to participate is a working email address and minimal computer skills. All churches in the South Georgia Conference which complete the Local Church Historian Workshop will be recognized by the Moore Methodist Museum and South Georgia Conference Archives at the 2021 Annual Conference Meeting.


Local Church Historian 

Workshop Registration


Thursdays @  11:00 a.m.

John Wesley's time, trials and tribulations while on St. Simons Island 

are told with interesting anecdotes and humor by 

Wesley historian Rev. Dave Hanson.

Events Calendar

Happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

Open Summer 2021

The Moore Methodist Museum remains closed through May 31, 2021 while Epworth By The Sea resort safely houses the salvage crew dismantling the Golden Ray ship capsized in St. Simons Sound.

February 14 - April 2, 2018

Rev. Bob Brown, a retired Methodist minister living on St. Simons Island has generously allowed the Moore Methodist Museum to display his impressive collection of crosses for the Lenten season.  With over 400 crosses on display, many of them gifts given during his ministry, we hope that this will add to your preparation for the blessed Easter season.  As always, this exhibit is free of charge but donations are gratefully accepted.