This church is the first African American church in the United States. It was built in the 1700s and is full of history and beauty. The sanctuary is large and gorgeous...the stained glass window panes pay homage to many of the African Americans who paved the way for freedom and civil rights. The lower boughs of the church house tunnels that were used in Civil War times for passage in the Underground Railroad. People of all ethnicities enjoy taking part in tours and services. No one should leave Savannah without taking advantage of seeing this awesome piece of history!
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