Enslaved children attended Episcopal Sunday school at the Athens Town Hall.
Partial Transcript: "On motion of Warden King, the use of the Town Hall was granted to the Episcopal church on Sunday evenings for the purpose of holding Sunday school for the colored children."
Enslaved persons that attended the Union Church, north of Athens, Georgia, took communion administered by Alonzo Church.
Partial Transcript: "Then [Alonzo Church] dedicated Union Church; there was a very large attendance of negroes of the Baptist and Methodist persussions, and among them several colored preachers. The communion was administered by [Church] and it was remarkable fact, worthy of record, that these humble servants sat down at the Lord's table and partook of the elements."
The enslaved people in Athens held their services at the Presbyterian Church and the Baptist Church.
Partial Transcript: "The new Presbyterian Church was built in 1855, by Ross Crane at a cost of $10,000, and the Baptist church by Mr. Carlton in 1860. The negroes were permitted to hold their services in the old churches."
Holsey is baptised and fellowshipped by Reverend H. H. Parks at the Methodist church in Athens, Georgia.
Partial Transcript: " I was taken into the church by Rev. Mr. Parks, and baptized and fellowshipped by his uncle, the Rev. H. H. Parks."
Holsey converted to Christianity and became a member of the Methodist church in Athens, Georgia.
Partial Transcript: "In 1858, in Athens, Ga., I was converted, and became a member of the Methodist church."