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............... and well worth a visit. The graveyard, albeit a rather sombre place, was interesting to walk around and was exceptionally well kept. The stone work seemed trapped in a time warp, with many graves showing little signs of wear. If you can pick up...More
It is the third church building of the oldest congregation of Lewes. The parish was founded 1681 and the current building dates from 1854.
The church is open for visitors which nowadays is not always the case in other locations. In the heart of what...More
This review is actually about the church cemetery completely surrounding the church. There are many very old, ornate and interesting tombstones in this cemetery, Feel free to walk among the tombstones and read the inscriptions. How different the inscriptions of long ago compared to today....More
While not the oldest church in Delaware, it is the first congregation in the first town in the first state going back to the 1600's It is an exceptionally welcoming church with self guided booklets to its beautiful pre-civil war sanctuary and pre-revolutionary war grave...More
This church is diffinetly from the old school in a nice way. It's beautiful inside with great stained glass windows and statue's. The mass itself is small but very inviting. Everyone knows each other and if your new or just visiting they make you feel...More
By chance we walked past the cemetary and saw that there were numbered markers. We decided to take a look. There was a pamphlet that told you about the different people buried at each marker. So interesting if you are into that sort of thing,...More
A trip to Lewes woudn't be complete without ice cream from King's and a walk through the church's cemetery. Every time we go there we discover fascinating, and sometimes tragic new grave markers. What is especially nice is that it's so accessible and that all...More
Proud tradiitional Espicopal Church located at corner of Mulberry and Second Street in Lewes. Hosts many community events including an Art Show and others. The church is almost totally surrounded by a cemetery with gravestones dating back to the early days of the city. An...More
St. Peter's is a lovely church, somewhat plain in the style of churches from the era. Gorgeous stained glass windows. The cemetery is amazing, 300 years old! The church provides a brochure of all the cemetery stones of interest, so grab the brochure and do...More