The church organized a Boy Scout troop in 1924, which was designed Troop 1 of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. It formed a Girl Scout troop the next year.
original one in 1919 at a cost of $3,108. More than 130 people contributed.
The church was formed by nearby residents in 1912, many of whom were Nike Air Force 1 High Top Custom recent arrivals from Atlanta as Cobb began to suburbanize along the line of the trolley that ran from Marietta Square to Atlanta. What is later known as "The Dixie Highway" and is now known as Atlanta Road was then merely an unpaved wagon road. That made it inconvenient for those living along it to try to get to established churches in Smyrna or Marietta or Atlanta and led to a push for a new church.
with retired media exec Barney Barnett as spokesman. They have an impressive service planned for the first Sunday in June. Bringing the sermon will be the Rev. Gil Watson, who has spoken at the church many times before. Assisting will be the Rev. Rich Landers.
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And on the program is what is described as the most popular hymn of the chapel, one that has been considered "fitting" ever since its start: "The Church in the Wildwood."
One of the founding members of the church, as noted above, was James H. Carmichael, who owned a store and farm nearby on Atlanta Road. His son, Jimmie, was raised in the church and grew up to be one of the most important figures in Cobb County's history. Young James was hit by a car while crossing Atlanta Road in 1926 while running to catch the streetcar that was to take him to Marietta High School. He broke his back and was never again able to stand or walk without assistance. But that didn't stop him from earning his law degree at Emory and later serving as manager of the Bell Aircraft plant in Marietta during World War II and then again temporarily when it was reopened by Lockheed during the Korean War. And he was chosen in 1933 to serve as Superintendent of the Log Cabin Church.
Drivers heading south on Atlanta Road near Vinings and I 285 will notice if they're paying attention a little log cabin on the left. What they're seeing is one of Cobb's older and more notable houses of worship.
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Another well known member of the church was Lewis Ray, who played a key role in the formation of the Cobb County Library System and was a minority stockholder of the Marietta Daily Journal.
A handful of local residents (Dr. and Mrs. Eberhart, Mrs. And Mrs. Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conway and Dr. Weyman S. Conway) decided to set up a non denominational chapel in a log cabin to be built on land owned by one of those there, Dr. Conway, along the road. The name eventually settled on was "Log Cabin Community Sunday School." There were 44 charter members.
in 1949. It's still in use today, with the bigger of the two cabins used as the Sunday school building.
Landmark church in Vinings has unique past
The names of more than 40 members of the church who served in World War II are carved on the stone lid of the "World War II Wishing Well" at the church. At least one member, Luther Turpin, lost his life in that war, flying over "The Hump" into China. Member Ruth Walker also served in uniform.
Log Cabin Community Church, which has counted its share of Cobb's more illustrious citizens, is celebrating its centennial this year.
As the Log Cabin church's reputation grew, it began having attracting high profile guest speakers. Among them were educator Martha Berry (namesake of Martha Berry College in Rome) in 1936; Mrs. Senator; Atlanta Constitution editor Ralph McGill; and Govs. Clifford Walker, Lamartine Hardeman and Ellis Arnall.
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