Atlanta Metro / Hapeville

Christ Church & Carriage House

680 S. Central Avenue
Jess Lucas Y-Teen Park
Hapeville, GA 30349

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The Christ Church Building is the oldest standing church structure in the City of Hapeville. Built around 1895, the structure has functioned as a church, classroom space and a private residence. Previously located along the railroad tracks at the Depot Center, the Church endured severe structural damage as a result of the noise and vibrations from the railroad tracks. In an effort to save the structure at the advice of engineers, the City of Hapeville, the Hapeville Association of Tourism & Trade and the Hapeville Historical Society, decided to move the structure so that future generations could enjoy the facility. The facility was recently relocated and renovated with a maximum capacity of approximately 100 people.  

The Historic Christ Church Building & Carriage House is available for exhibits, conventions, trade shows, conferences, as well as community and private events. The Carriage House features a private room, full kitchen, courtyard and a small reception/gathering area.

Info & Amenities

  • Admission & Fees

    Rates Call or See Website

    Facility Amenities

    Meeting Facilities, Parking on Site, Party Facilities

    General Information

    Family-friendly, Handicapped Accessible

    Near Interstate Highway

    75, 85


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