Faith Chapel – The Historic Church of the Jekyll Island Millionaire Club

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Faith Chapel History

In 1904 the Jekyll Island Club members built Faith Chapel as a non-denominational church to replace the small Union Chapel. Although it had a strong Episcopalian influence, it was open to members of all faiths. Since the Club required that their members attend church service every Sunday, they needed a suitably larger facility. Busy or otherwise unavailable members, however, could send servants in their stead. In addition to being part of the Jekyll Island National Historic Landmark, in 1971 the church joined the National Register of Historic Places.
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Churches and Religious Services

Jekyll Island Churches
Churches

Some churches on the island share space. The Methodist church, for example, shares its building with Catholic and Episcopal congregations.

While the Jekyll Island churches have local congregations, they are used to serving the many visitors to the island. So don’t be shy about attending your preferred service.  Jekyll Sandpiper renters will find all the churches are on the west side of the island.

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