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George W. South Memorial Church of the Advocate, Philadelphia

George W. South Memorial Church of the Advocate - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
George W. South Memorial Church of the Advocate
1801 West Diamond Street, Philadelphia, PA 19121Map
+1 215 236 6773
Neighborhood: Chinatown
Overview

George W. South Memorial Church of the Advocate is renowned as the first church to start women's ordination as priests in the Episcopal Church. Built in the honor of civil leader George W. Smith, this church is a Philadelphia pride is a historical and architectural landmark in the United States. As its prominence, the church performs equally significant programs and services for the benefit of people. Some include 'Emergency Food and Formula Program', 'Narcotics Anonymous' and 'Time Out for Teens and Tots'. 'Art Sanctuary' is the main attraction as you get top watch the finest and most creative talent of Philadelphia artists.

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