Our building was dedicated on October 23, 1983. Pilgrimage had come a long way from Sunday worship at Mauldon’s Pizza Parlor—one of our early homes. An energy-efficient, green structure, it is often referred to as “the little church on the hill.”

It is not a traditional looking building, but recent renovations have resulted in a more open and spacious sanctuary, comfortable seating and some inspiring stain glass windows that contain a number of white doves tethered by a red ribbon and the inscription, “Let There Be Peace on Earth.”

The striking wooden cross that stands in the alcove behind the choir was made from trees saved when the lot was cleared and the church built. The building’s natural setting brings one closer to the wonders of God.