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Francis C. Anderson

Minister

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah

HQ Phone:  (912) 234-0980

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The Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah

311 East Harris Street

Savannah, Georgia,31401

United States

Company Description

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah offers a rich array of classes and resources to young and old alike as a means of supporting a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Our program is headed by our Director of Religious Education, Jolene...more

Background Information

Employment History

New England Church


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Our History

www.uusavannah.org [cached]

In 1974 with 45 members, the congregation applied to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) for a minister-on-loan, and Frank Anderson was sent to Savannah to serve.
Later, under a less formal arrangement, Rev. Anderson became minister "on loan" a second time. In those years, the membership grew from 45 to 50. When Rev. Anderson retired from New England church, he communicated with members saying he wanted to make a move and start anew. The Board performed a feasibility study with the Thomas Jefferson District to determine if UUCS could support a minister, subsequently calling Rev. Anderson, who served from 1981 to 1989.


Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah - Board of Trustees

www.uusavannah.org [cached]

As a business/organization guy, I have helped our congregation with key real estate transactions since joining in 1982, when Rev. Frank Anderson was our first minister.


Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah Georgia on Troup Square at Habersham & Harris admin@uusavannah.org 912-234-0980

www.uusavannah.org [cached]

In 1974 with 45 members, the congregation applied to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) for a minister-on-loan, and Frank Anderson was sent to Savannah to serve.
Later, under a less formal arrangement, Rev. Anderson became minister "on loan" a second time. In those years, the membership grew from 45 to 50. When Rev. Anderson retired from New England church, he communicated with members saying he wanted to make a move and start anew. The Board performed a feasibility study with the Thomas Jefferson District to determine if UUCS could support a minister, subsequently calling Rev. Anderson, who served from 1981 to 1989. Rev. Francis C. Anderson Jr., S.T.B. Rev. Francis C. Anderson Jr., S.T.B. Minister Emeritus, 1989 - 2003 Minister, 1981 - 1989


Our History

www.uusavannah.org [cached]

In 1974 with 45 members, the congregation applied to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) for a minister-on-loan, and Frank Anderson was sent to Savannah to serve.
Later, under a less formal arrangement, Rev. Anderson became minister “on loan� a second time. In those years, the membership grew from 45 to 50. When Rev. Anderson retired from New England church, he communicated with members saying he wanted to make a move and start anew. The Board performed a feasibility study with the Thomas Jefferson District to determine if UUCS could support a minister, subsequently calling Rev. Anderson, who served from 1981 to 1989.


First Parish Universalist Church--Of Hope and Courage

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Francis Anderson was a Universalist minister, who was one of my counselors when I was at summer camp at


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