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Very informative and the tour guide was entertaining and kept your attention. However, it was a bit unorganized considering the church is functional. So during our tour, the deacons were preparing for next day service and when we moved down stairs to see the underground...More
Perched across from Greene Square, Second African Baptist Church traces its lineage to 1802 when it was founded by a former slave, Andrew Bryan and 26 others. The members paid rent in exchange for this trust lot in a predominantly white neighborhood. The original building...More
What a blessing to stand on the same step as Dr. Martin Luther King did years before. This church is the first place her gave his "I have a dream" speech. He would later give this same speech in his march on Washington.
When my sister and mom lived in Savannah, I went to visit them from California. I rented a car and went touristing one day and stumbled into the church where Sherman read the Emancipation Proclamation. We grew up in Atlanta. When MLK was assasinated I...More