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SAVANNAH, GA. – NOV. 16, 2022 – Asbury Memorial Church will welcome viral LGBTQ+ activist Zander Moricz at 1008 E. Henry St., Savannah on Sunday, November 20 at 11:15 a.m. He will participate in the church’s Sunday worship service.

Moricz first gained a following when his Sarasota high school “I have curly hair” commencement speech went viral. At only 18 years old, he is the youngest plaintiff ever against the State of Florida in the “Don’t Say Gay” lawsuit.

“Having a public figure like Zander at Asbury Memorial will hopefully encourage others to visit as well,” said Reverend Billy Hester. “The church is not always perceived as welcoming for many people, but our doors are always open to any person who wishes to participate in a judgement free community seeking love, justice and compassion.”

Moricz will be in town November 18-20 for “The Zander Weekend” which includes a variety of paid and free events. His visit to Asbury Memorial will be the public’s last chance to see Moricz in Savannah as it will conclude his visit to the Hostess City.

Asbury Memorial Church, located at 1008 Henry Street, Savannah, GA, offers a weekly Sunday worship service at 11:15 a.m. They pride themselves on welcoming all people into their church, no matter their age, gender, race, sexual orientation, economic status, or any other demographic. For more information on Asbury Memorial Church or to see other upcoming events, please visit


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