When Allyn Rippin was a young teenager, her mother, Mimi Vickers, and her step-father moved her away from her comfort zone and out onto a farm.

Today, Rippin loves to visit her mom on the farm, and in this conversation, the women talk about what the farm came to mean to the family and how it has ultimately brought them closer together.

Little Church, Big Heart, lakeoconeelivingmag.com
– Written by Suzie Hudson and Mimi Vickers – Photographed by Jesse Walker At the end of North Main Street, through the quaint downtown district of Greensboro, sits a little red church – unassuming, yet stunning. Small but mighty, its parishioners would say. The stalwart sanctuary has occupied this city corner since the days of Reconstruction. It was the first, and has remained the only, Episcopal congregation in Greene County. This year, on June 14, the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer marked its 150th anniversary. Read More 

Reynolds resident Barbara Braly and Harbor Club resident Linda Chesbro have recently completed a true labor of love. They spent three years needlepointing altar kneelers for the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in downtown Greensboro.
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The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
303 North Main Street
Greensboro, Georgia 30642 

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The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer 
P.O. Box 93 
Greensboro, Georgia 30642


Phone: 706-453-7171

Email: redeemer1868@gmail.com