Smallest Church In America Destroyed By Suspicious Fire
Smallest church in America burns down suspiciously in a fire, leaving a tight-knit community in Georgia at a loss.
The little church sits in Savannah and was built in 1949 by local grocer, Anges Harper.
She wanted the chapel to serve as a place of meditation and rest for weary travelers.
For many residents, it's where they spent their Sunday mornings and experienced major milestones like baptisms and marriages.
Firefighters believe someone could have intentionally set it on fire over the weekend.
State investigators will be in town Monday to determine a cause.