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Glenn Memorial Methodist Church, at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 1
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Built in 1931, the Sanctuary of the Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Glenn Memorial was built in 1931 for both the congregation and as an auditorium for Emory University. It includes a balcony, and seats 1,400 people. In addition to being our worship home, the sanctuary hosts other services of various faiths and denominations that are sponsored by Emory University’s Office of Religious Life and by the Candler School of Theology. Like Glenn Memorial’s Little Chapel, the sanctuary was designed by renowned Atlanta architect Philip Shutze. Special programs regularly draw large audiences to the auditorium, including performances by visiting artists, Emory student events, and addresses by speakers of national and international importance.
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