Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

Photo collections providing a visual history of Historic Richland Church, activities and events

“Photography, as a powerful medium of expression and communications, offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution”. Ansel Adams

  2005-Friends and Family Fund Raiser
  1950s Newspaper Clips

View video presenting a historical collection beginning about 1949, the time the Richland Restoration League was formed. This video was prepared by Buddy Faulk to commemorate the 200th anniversary celebration in October 2012.

Listen to the story…
It was a Sunday morning in 1863, Richland was filled with the voices of worshipers, children were squirming, courtships were developing, horses and carriages were tied outside. Can you imagine? Frank Hendrix gives us a glimpse of those days as he tells the story of Richland Baptist Church.

Craftsmen Repair Plaster at Historic Richland Church Click Here

Richland Store… is open for business!
Merchandise on the shelves is limited so it sure won’t take long to browse. Click your way in the door and take a look. While there, pay your membership dues or make an additional contribution. Paying your dues through the online store is quick, easy, safe, secure and supports the preservation of this historic place.

In the the Library, find newsletters, brochures and other publications. Need driving directions to Historic Richland? Download it from the Library.

Read the story by Scott Thompson, Sr appearing in the Twiggs Times New Era. Celebrating 200 years….. The article is also available from the Library

Spring 2011, The first event of the bi-centennial celebration began with demonstrations, song, merrymaking, and characters of the past visiting and telling their stories. New photos. The Twiggs Times New Era story can be found the library, entitled Spring 2011 event.

The Spring 2011 Newsletter is available. This edition provides the day’s schedule for “Spring Into Living History” to be held on Saturday April 9th. (Download your copy from the Library)