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The lines and trims work well outside. The interior was rather dark, a reflection I suspect of small windows. I did like some of the stained glass near the entrance. Sad to see some grave markers in the adjoining cemetery on the ground or teetering.
This is a beautiful old building steeped in history. The craftsmanship, the stained glass, even a beautiful hand pumped organ. They only have a service about every other Sunday, so check the schedule if that’s what you’re looking for. It was for us, but nothing...More
This church is near the museum and very quaint. I read some of the headstones on the walls inside the church. Most died quite young. Many were fisherman lost at sea. It was free to go inside as well. I didn't get to look around...More
We spent our day in the small and lovely town and had a view inside the church. It’s unbelievable how charming it is and it feels like being in the past. Thanks the people who made that possible. We recommend visiting that place. The narrow...More
I would not go out of my way to only visit this church but if in Trinity, it’s worth a stop. It would interest many from a historical perspective and is also in a pretty setting with the ocean close by. Others may enjoy seeing...More
We visited St. Paul's as part of the Rising Tide Pageant ... lucky us to have the opportunity to see the interior of this regal building. Lovely wooden interior and I'm guessing it's made with local woods. Worth a look see ... and I suspect...More