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Plan a Visit

We love to have guests come and visit our campuses. We host individuals, men’s and women’s groups, civic clubs, mission committees, confirmation classes, and many other types of groups. We enjoy sharing our ministries with pastors and church groups from many denominations and churches. We are quite pleased to introduce guests to our facilities.

What might a tour include?

We generally like to show one of our cottages so individuals can see where the boys and girls live. We want guests to get a real sense of what life is like on our campus. A typical tour lasts from forty-five minutes to an hour.

At our Macon campus, we often tour some of our dining, recreational and training facilities, as well as our Burden Chapel and Spiritual Life Center. We have four cottages for girls (Young, Collum, Sullivan, and Smith) and four cottages for boys (Margaret’s, Anderson, Peyton, and Gould). During the visit we also show Price Academy, our on-campus school for 3rd-8th grade. We also offer tours of our Eagle’s Nest Children’s Center, which provides childcare for children in the local community.

We also encourage visits at our regional campuses. Carpenter’s Way Ranch has three cottages. Arabella is a beautiful antebellum home located in Waverly Hall. Americus, St. Marys, and Valdosta each have one cottage.

Schedule a visit today!

Call (478) 751-2800 and ask for a Development Team Member.

Are you United Methodist? Plan a “Connectional Mission” Tour!

If you come to Macon or St. Marys, you can visit a campus of The Methodist Home, Magnolia Manor, and Wesley Glen, all in one trip. In Americus and Columbus, you can visit campuses of The Methodist Home and Magnolia Manor. Why not gather your missions committee, Men’s club, or Ladies’ group, and plan an inspiring visit!

Due to the confidential nature of the children and families we serve, it is preferable to know when visitors are expected. Guests can schedule a visit very easily. Simply call us at (478) 751-2800 and ask to speak with a Development team member.

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