Historical Archives

Celebrate Our Baptist Heritage


Historical Class

The Georgia Baptist Mission Board Historical Archives, working under the auspices of the Georgia Baptist Historical Commission, serves as the guardians of 275 years of Georgia Baptist history.

Its purpose is to celebrate our Baptist heritage by helping Georgia Baptist churches and associations to:

  • PROMOTE an interest in and appreciation for the history of Georgia Baptists.
  • PRESERVE the documents and artifacts that chronicle the unique heritage of Baptist work in Georgia.
  • RECORD the distinct history of Georgia Baptists at the church, association, and state levels.

The Historical Archives is open to the public and is located in the Georgia Baptist Missions and Ministry Center in Duluth.  Georgia Baptists throughout the state support the work of the Historical Archives through their donations to the Cooperative Program.

Services

Archive imageThe Georgia Baptist Mission Board Historical Archives, under the leadership of the Georgia Baptist Historical Commission, makes available a variety of services to individuals, churches, associations, and agencies. Among the services provided are:

  • Training for church and associational historians in preserving and recording their history.
  • Historical tours and educational programs for church groups.
  • Research assistance for individuals, churches, associations, and agencies.
  • Training for prospective writers of Georgia Baptist history.
  • Safekeeping church and associational historical records in a state-of-the-art archival facility.
  • Identifying and marking sites of historical significance to Georgia Baptists.

For more information on the services provided please contact the staff at the Georgia Baptist Mission Board Historical Archives.

Celebrate Our Baptist Heritage


Historical Class

The Georgia Baptist Mission Board Historical Archives, working under the auspices of the Georgia Baptist Historical Commission, serves as the guardians of 275 years of Georgia Baptist history.

Its purpose is to celebrate our Baptist heritage by helping Georgia Baptist churches and associations to:

  • PROMOTE an interest in and appreciation for the history of Georgia Baptists.
  • PRESERVE the documents and artifacts that chronicle the unique heritage of Baptist work in Georgia.
  • RECORD the distinct history of Georgia Baptists at the church, association, and state levels.

The Historical Archives is open to the public and is located in the Georgia Baptist Missions and Ministry Center in Duluth.  Georgia Baptists throughout the state support the work of the Historical Archives through their donations to the Cooperative Program.

Services

Archive imageThe Georgia Baptist Mission Board Historical Archives, under the leadership of the Georgia Baptist Historical Commission, makes available a variety of services to individuals, churches, associations, and agencies. Among the services provided are:

  • Training for church and associational historians in preserving and recording their history.
  • Historical tours and educational programs for church groups.
  • Research assistance for individuals, churches, associations, and agencies.
  • Training for prospective writers of Georgia Baptist history.
  • Safekeeping church and associational historical records in a state-of-the-art archival facility.
  • Identifying and marking sites of historical significance to Georgia Baptists.

For more information on the services provided please contact the staff at the Georgia Baptist Mission Board Historical Archives.