An active Episcopal church with a beautifully-maintained interior located in the center of Colonial Williamsburg . The parish dates back to 1674, although the present church was built in 1715. You can sit in the high pew boxes where US Presidents Washington, Jefferson and Monroe once worshipped. In the past, we have attended a Sunday service here and attended one of their wonderful evening concerts. Definitely worth a visit!
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