I thought I would post something simple this morning. The wall surrounding Christ Church on St. Simons Island has been photographed, I’m sure, many times by thousands of people. This is the church where in March 1736, Reverend Charles Wesley, who also served as Secretary for Indian Affairs and chaplain to General James Oglethorpe, began his ministry on the island.

From 1736-1766, many of the religious services on the island were conducted by brothers John and Charles Wesley, along with George Whitfield, among other clergy members of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Whew! That’s a lot of history. If only these bricks could talk!!