Part of the Anglican Communion, this lovely church, and churchyard, has an active congregation and regular services.
About St. Peter's Church
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This is the oldest still used church in St George. The architecture is absolutely breathtaking. The steps leading up to the front doors are intimidating but not that bad. There is an old cemetery on both side of the church. In the heart of downtown...More
We don't usually tour churches on our trips, but this was such a historical gem we had to see it. So worth the trip up the steps. Do a walk around the graveyard around the church, as well.
we managed to get in before a funeral began and the place is amazing. Very, very old and we ended staying to watch some of the funeral which incorporated many funerary rites not seen in the US. worth the walk through town to see!
Perfectly beautiful church and graveyards dating back to the island's earliest settlement. Inside and out it is clean and inviting with a great story to tell and it is well worth a visit. From the silver in the safe to the tragic graves outside, including...More
We stopped by on a walking tour of St George on the way back from Tobacco Bay. It was striking to see the graves and note when fever ravaged the town...1819 was a bad year. There is a very old tree there that's been knocked...More
Remarkably good condition for the age. Just walking through the church put you back in this time in history. Walking in the graveyard is impressive as well. All of it very very close to a good walking and a free tour brochure handed out by...More