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We visited Savannah and went by the Independent Presbyterian Church. It is an imposing structure with beautiful columns on the front. Sitting next to Chippewa Square, the Church is part of the fabric of this section of Savannah.
Savannah is not short of iconic places, especially churches and the Independent Presbyterian Church adds to the long list of places that visitors need to visit. The Church is located near Chippewa Square (one block toward the river) a famous square in the movie Forest...More
We were on vacation in Savannah and attended worship at IPC on Sunday morning. The church is beautiful and the congregation was very friendly. Congregants still dress for church here; I've never seen so many seersucker suits in one place! We were dressed more casually...More
We were fortunate to have a private tour of both the grounds and the inside of the church because our son had been the one who had overseen the redo of the lane connecting the church to the parking area and other buildings directly across...More
We planned our Savannah trip around attending the I P C Christmas service. It was wonderful in every way. On top of being (what we believe) the most beautiful church in Savannah, the music and preaching was awesome. This church isn't open for tours, but...More
Savannah is full of interesting history and the Independent Presbyterian Church is part of it. It serves as a reminder why many of our settlers took the chance and came to the "new world" and took a big chance on surviving. This church was founded...More
The Independent Presbyterian Church (IPC) was founded by Scotch immigrants in 1755 and has continued to be a presence in Savannah ever since. Its magnificent steeple thrusts skyward as reminder that the everyday life in streets, businesses and home is still under the umbrella of...More