Mt. Zion Lutheran Church
In January 1896 a group of dissatisfied Lutherans finally made the decision to break away from St. Davids Lutheran Church and start their own congregation.
Though it is unclear exactly what caused the division, the debate over whether the church should be progressive or conservative mostly likely caused the Fort Valley Lutherans to spilt.
The new congregation named their church Mt. Zion. This building would support church services, Sunday Schools, and even synod meetings for almost 100 years.
Have you ever been on one side of a organizational divide? How did it turn out?