5 11 14 Believing God Is Alive In You Sermon The Church at Southside Athens Georgia
2011.04.20 :: Classic Center :: Athens, GA
ReEmergence* – Tap-In, Atlas, One A Day, We’ll Meet In Our Dreams, From Now On, Once Told, King Pharaoh’s Tomb
Wika Chikana, EHM, Abcees, Grow, Tooth, Scheme, Moon Socket
*Sound Issues fix at the 2:13 minute mark in ReEmergence
Athens Church Transit Tailgate 2017
Mime Body & Soul
The FRVR FREE band performs “Death Was Arrested” at The Mix 2017 – an area-wide weekend event for high school and middle school students.
Film & Videography: Athens Church Production
Song rights: North Point InsideOut
Writers: Adam Kersh, Brandon Coker, Heath Balltzglier, Paul Taylor Smith
Description: Combined choirs of First AME Church and Hill Chapel Baptist Church at Athens, GA; Director: Dr. Freda Scott-Giles, Professor Emeritus, University of GA; Dr. Robert E. Harrison, Producer; Executive Director – Institute for Community and Organizational Development, Inc.
Livestream of our Sunday PM worship service – Farewell service for Fred & Rachel LaValley who are going to Pioneer a church is Gainesville, GA.
144 years ago, the Diocese of Savannah established a Roman Catholic Church in what was then a tiny town.The city of Athens owed its very existence to the University of Georgia. St. Joseph’s thrived and grew, from 10 families in 1873 to more than 1,000 today.
Cornerstone Church Athens
4680 Lexington Rd. Athens, GA 30605
Reggie Dabbs plays “Because of Who You Are” on his trumpet at Cornerstone Church of God in Athens, Georgia on Sunday, October 16th, 2011.
News clip featuring the B-52’s giving a tour of Athens GA in 1989. Fred points out an antenna. Old VHS rip. Sorry for the hiss.
What’s left? See below.
Bluebird Cafe / Eldorado Cafe
198 W. Washington
298 N Hull St
Remodeled, Exterior Door Replaced with a Window.
Potter House Thrift Store
434 Prince Ave, Athens, GA
CLOSED, Demolished 2013
Chase Albon House
185 N Hull St
215 N. Lumpkin St.
771 Prince Ave
The House on Milledge Ave
670 N Milledge Ave
St. Mary’s Espiscopal Church
394 Oconee St.
Demolished 1990, only the steeple still stands.
Allen’s Charcoal Grilled Hamburgers
“The Deadbeat Club”
1294 Prince Ave
CLOSED, Demolished 2004