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Wildwood Baptist Church, Acworth, Georgia 5
Georgia, USA
In 1960, Wildwood officially constituted as a church with 55 members, and 3 deacons. The church relocated to a location near the corner of Wade Green Road and Hickory Grove Road in the mid-1960’s. The worship center was destroyed by fire in 1980, but quickly restored. In 1984, a new worship center was constructed and dedicated. Shortly thereafter, church membership grew past 700. In 1989, the church relocated to its present property – an 18.5 acre tract – and constructed an 800 seat auditorium and 2 education wings. Growth in the church continued, facilities were added and updated, and additional land was purchased – a 15.5 acre former horse farm including a 20,000 square foot barn.
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Uploaded: 24/06/2012
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Tags: church sanctuary; wildwood; baptist; acworth; wade green; georgia; ga
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