This is a beautiful church with a wonderful warm atmosphere and fascinating history. Just a short stroll from Holetown the setting is very picturesque (no wonder that it is, apparently, very popular for weddings!)
We were greeted by one of the volunteer guides who gave us a potted history and proved a mine of information. Some of the inscriptions on the tombstones are extremely moving with their accounts of yellow fever epidemics etc..
One gets the feeling that whilst being an extremely important historical monument (one of if indeed not the oldest church on Barbados) it is still very much a vibrant entity welcoming visitors to the island and extending fellowship and friendship to all.
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