This is a very small place but steeped in history. Had the honor to be part of the ceremony to place a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier. We did not go into the Meeting house but saw the inside from the windows. Parking is an Issue here but there is parking…
Historic Church. Nice grounds. Tomb of the unknown American Revolutionary Soldier is in the back. Probably only worth the visit if you are attending a specific service or meeting.
This is an historic meeting worshop place since 1760's. For many travelers and visitors, this is another historic place and landmark that is stilll and continue to provide services and functions. Nice place to visit and learn about the history. It is located in the same area…
Services are at 8:30am (with Communion) and 11am Sunday School at 9:30. There is a fellowship hour after the 11am service where it is easy to meet people and become part of this friendly community.
We found the history at The Meeting House, as with most of Alexandria so interesting. The burial ground contains the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier which is worth a visit in itself. The burial ground was used prior to 1809 and although only a handfull of stones remain…