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Nothing like visiting historic churches that were the center of the lives of our forefathers. How wonderful to walk and sit in a 200 year old church. Beautiful, preserved, and as relevant today as it was when first built.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Ascension is located on the Write Square in the heart of historic Savannah. The Lutheran Church of Ascension was built in 1843 and later was dedicated as The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Ascension because of the stained glass...More
The worship room on the second floor is stunning. No appointment needed and no fee - but we still made a donation in the metal box next to the door on our way out to help them continue to preserve this building. Definitely worth the...More
We saw a numer of churches in while in Savannah and I would say that is is one of the most beautiful.
The current appearance dates back to 1879.
Two particulars really stand out: the magnifient stained glass and the amazing Cassavant pipe organ -...More
We were walking by, and a friendly gentleman invited us to enter. He said we were welcome to take pictures as well. The church is 275 years old! It is totally beautiful! The stained class is amazing! What a special place!
We stumbled onto this beautiful church, walked inside and were wowed by its beauty. And as a very special gift, the organist was practicing. We had a "private" concert. It was amazingly beautiful. Giant pipe organ really sounded great. I recommend seeing this church.
Despite living in Savannah for almost 45 years, this was my first visit to this church. The stained glass windows were truly beautiful, in my opinion, much nicer than the ones at Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The pipe organ was huge, and I...More