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If you get chance visit this beautiful church in Holetown.
The architecture is amazing; look at the way the windows open; I have never seen this before.
See the plaquard on the pew (I won't spoli it).
Worth a visit.
A place of tranquility, peaceful and beautiful. A church of historic interest, the social center for the planters and families who first arrived and settled in St. James in the earlier years from the 1600's.
We visited a few years ago but were with friends and wanted to stop to show them the oldest church on Barbados. The Tree of Life mosaic in pottery and sea glass is absolutely gorgeous as well as the stained glass in the main portion...More
Whilst there is not a lot to see, it is worth popping in to read their poems, which will warm the heart of all visitors. Had I been around on a Sunday morning I would have attended a service as it felt very welcoming.
A beautiful, quaint church in the Caribbean. We attended a wedding there and is interesting to see the small differences to churches here in the Uk. Not as many as we thought, really very pretty and a church with modest character.
I have never been to church on Palm Sunday, but was told they hold a procession around the church. I arrived early enough to be handed my little palm cross and asked to carry a large palm leaf. We gathered outside church, then we walk...More