Set in what used to be the City Market area of Savannah, this simple & dignified church stands in testimony to the Africans who labored under slavery by day then turned up to build themselves a church by night. They would be proud to see this vibrant congregation & to know that tourists pay money to visit the church. I would definitely put this on the list of things to see if you want to extend your visit beyond what the white people did in our 13th colony.
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