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White Oak Presbyterian Church Ornament (Senoia, GA)

White Oak Presbyterian Church Ornament (Senoia, GA)

Regular price $15.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $15.00 USD
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($7.50 of this product will be donated to the musical organization of your choice)

50% of this product
proudly donated to Local High School Bands or Orchestras in Georgia and beyond.


Celebrating 175 Years!

Artistic rendering of White Oak Presbyterian Church, United Methodist Church, in Senoia, GA. This is a double-sided ornament.

Timeline of the founding: 

1830: Several families, descendants of the Scots-Irish from Counties Down and Antrim, Ireland, came first to Abbeville, Newberry and Laurens Districts in South Carolina, and, from there, migrated to the White Oak community.

1836: In 1836, the Associate Reformed Presbyterians of the White Oak settlement bought a log church named Smyrna from the Methodists. 

1837: On Saturday, October 21, 1837, the White Oak congregation assembled after the morning sermon and adopted the Westminister Confession of Faith of the Presbyterian Church and consented to receive its doctrines and to be governed by its disciplines, and were, by prayers, solemnly set apart and consitituted into a church called White Oak Presbyterian Church.

Source: White Oak Presbyterian Church

This White Oak Presbyterian Church Ornament (Senoia, GA) would make a great gift for friends and family.

It is made from high quality, 2-sided sublimation hardboard, which has been laser cut to match the shape of ornament. The ornaments are 1/8" thick.

It was designed and created by a self-proclaimed music obsessed, lifelong marching band nerd, who is very excited to donate 50% of the sales price of each of these ornaments sold to a local marching band. Comes ready to hang with the included cord.


- 1/8 inch Hardboard
- High quality, glossy finish


4.25" x 3"

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