Savannah has a rich history of Catholic, Baptist, Episcopal, and Anglican worship, but, for many years, had no church that liberal worshipers could call home. When a group of New Englanders migrated to Savannah to pursue the cotton trade, they found themselves without a religious base. Pooling their resources, they petitioned the city for a lot upon which to build a new church- the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah.
In 1834, the church itself was built and dedicated. Being a liberal... view more