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You really do have to stop in here, if only to see the purloined crest of King George III, which accompanied the Loyalists from the Boston Statehouse to a more welcomed resting place in Trinity Church.
This very spacious church houses the Royal Coat of Arms that was rescued from Boston during the American war of Independence. The coat of arms was saved again, when a fire destroyed the original church and most of St John. The church has several interesting...More
We stumbled upon this GORGEOUS old church building while meandering through the downtown. It was a striking and beautiful sight against a crystal clear blue sky. We did not venture inside, but truly loved seeing this beautiful grand, old expression of faith, hope, and love...More
Upon entering a very nice young man asked if we wanted a tour. We asked him many questions without the tour to which he was quick to respond. Lovely stained glass backdrop to altar. Nice but brief stop.
The town clock on the 60 ft spire still marks the quarter hour with Westminster chimes, the salmon shaped weather vane that once told mariners how much sail to set still graces the pinnacle. Inside 150 year-old flags hang in the nave. Cushions ease the...More
I don't often stop to look inside a church on a tour, but our guide was excited to show us. I'm glad he was. There is a lot of history surrounding this church, and the young ladies inside are a wealth of information. It is...More