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I saw in the rocking chair in the back of the sanctuary while the organist rehearsed. My husband climbed up with a docent and came down totally perspiring from the heat up there. He liked it and it was not that physically taxing. I would...More
Most folks visit for the view from the steeple but check out the sanctuary and the magnificent pipe organ. Really enjoy the history and the architecture of such places.
The Church is not far from the Whaling Museum and is not on the list of...More
Great views that are well worth the climb and the $5 contribution. Unfortunately we went n a very hot day but they had fans and places to sit along the way and at the top. The woman working at the top was a wealth of...More
An absolutely beautiful New England church - and having been raised in one I have seen many over the years. A couple of days after I visited for the self-guided tour and tower climb, I actually attended the Sunday service here, and it was wonderful....More
This is a beautiful church. The main sanctuary has recently been refurbished, but it is not used in the winter, as it is not heated. There is a smaller, very homey, sanctuary in the back where winter services are held. For a $5.00 donation, you...More
It seems a bit odd to be reviewing a church. The view from the tower is amazing and well worth the donation fee. It is also interesting to see parts of the renovations that have taken place over the years. The grounds are beautiful, too.