Saint Paul's Church
605 Reynolds Street
Augusta, GA 30901
+1 706 724 2485
Built in 1750, Saint Paul's Church has been the site of many historical moments. The church has housed refugees during the French and Indian War, was used as a hospital during the American Revolution, and it was used for public meetings when Augusta was Georgia's capital. The original church building was destroyed and the current building was created in1919 with a Georgian Colonial facade. Visit the church yard to view the Fort Augusta Monument
as well as the grave of Colonel William Few who was one of the signers of the United States Constitution.