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3151 Peach Pkwy. Fort Valley, Georgia 31030
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Take I-75 South towards Macon to Exit 146. Turn right onto Hwy. 247 (Watson Blvd). Go approx. 4 miles, turn left on to Hwy. 49 (Peach Pkwy). The church will be on your right.
Take I-75 North towards Macon to Exit 146. Turn left onto Hwy. 247 (Watson Blvd). Go approx. 4 miles, turn left on to Hwy. 49 (Peach Pkwy). The church will be on your right.
If you have any questions regarding travel to Grace Baptist Church please feel free to call our church office at (478) 825-7303
The Georgia General Assembly approved a constitutional amendment to create Peach County from parts of Houston and Macon counties on July 18, 1924. Georgia voters ratified the proposed amendment on Nov. 4, 1924, creating Georgia's 161st and last new county and ending a long struggle between neighboring communities. Peach County was the last county formed in Georgia. Created from Houston and Macon counties, it is named after the area's most famous crop.
Byron was named for the English writer and poet, Lord Byron. It was the site of the South's largest "pop festival" held on the Fourth of July weekend in 1970.
Some interesting historical sites include the McArthur-Saxon House (1850), the Thweat-Brown Home (1863), and the Everett-Culpepper-Grady Home (1834).
Visit the Peach County Website Here