Sacred Heart Church in Augusta was closed in 1970. It was purchased by a Methodist family in Augusta and turned into a community cultural center. They preserved however, all the windows, statues and altars. The pulpit with its acoustical shell is still there along with the Baptismal font. It can be rented for whatever you wish. It was built by the same Jesuit brother who designed St. Joseph Church in Macon. Sacred Heart is more whimsical and does not have the same quality art work as St. Joseph. Sacred Heart is about six blocks from the Church of the Most Holy Trinity in downtown August, into which its congregation was merged in 1970 along with Immaculate Conception Church.
The exterior is magnificent with the most detailed and unusual brick formations. St. Joseph in Macon has some of the same brick work.
As Sacred Heart Cultural Center looks today, rent it for what you want.
The High Altar, once had the Last Supper in the table part, now at Most Holy Trinity in Augusta.
Mayer windows which St. Joseph also has as well as Most Holy Trinity in Augusta.
Another wedding party, but all kinds of parties and debauchery are possible.
You can rent the cultural center for anything, like weddings and receptions: