I was keen to see this little palce, given that is has stood so long. Cute little church worth a stop at
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We came for the Sunday 9am service, and were made very welcome. All the locals were dressed very smartly indeed (suits, hats, pearls) - we were in shorts/t-shirts, but they did not seem to mind. Service was quite long - went on until 10.45. Lots...More
The oldest Anglican church on Barbados. A delightful little church in lovely grounds. Of particular note are the two wonderful stained glass windows, one very traditional and one much more modern.
I went an early morning walk across the beach and happen to come out near St James Church. I was looking through the shuttered door, when a lady asked me if I would like to look inside. It was beautiful the wooden rafters in the...More
Visited on a Friday morning so it was just a handful of us and we were able to enjoy the ambiance. The church is well maintained with the history in tact. Architecture is beautiful.
We visited this church as part of an all day full island tour with a private tour guide. It is a well preserved and beautiful church so peaceful. Lovely grounds and the Liberty Bell is on show. Well worth a visit.
We went on a tour with James Taxi (firstname.lastname@example.org) and this was one of the stops. It's very beautiful to see and interesting to learn all about the history. I was definitely glad that we made the stop here.
The oldest church in Barbados - very quaint, We came upon it by accident whilst exploring Holetown, didn't take long to look around.
This is a favorite for tour stops. The church is the oldest on the island and is beautiful. It is interesting to hear some of the history.