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First United Methodist Church, McDonough, Georgia USA 4
Georgia, USA
The construction of the present Sanctuary for McDonough’s First United Methodist Churchwas completed in 1965. The total cost for the Sanctuary and furnishings was $211,000, and it was completely paid by the Fall of 1973.
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