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Nice Place to Visit and See, If you Like Old Church's

Visited the Church on a cruise in 2008, and was not much to look at, everything except the four... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2017
Rod B
San Jose, California
A labour of love restoring this Church

We were fortunate to have been at this church just before Easter. The church was open and we were... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Barrie, Canada
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A pink-stucco stone building dating from 1825, this church features intricate stained glass and interesting memorial plaques.
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Reviewed 28 June 2017

Visited the Church on a cruise in 2008, and was not much to look at, everything except the four walls was pretty much gone. The still held services weather permitting and were in the process of restoring, and looking for donations and help to help...More

1  Thank Rod B
Reviewed 28 April 2017

We were fortunate to have been at this church just before Easter. The church was open and we were able to go inside and see the newly restored roof, pews and gallery. We had the opportunity to speak with a member of the church who...More

1  Thank 140nancy
Reviewed 6 April 2017

The church was almost completely destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in 2004. After a delayed start, restoration is progressing as fast as the church can raise the funds to buy materials and cover labour costs. The roof is back on, new windows fitted, new pews installed,...More

1  Thank Steve M
Reviewed 20 March 2017

So a Hurricane blew the roof off the church years ago, and as far as I understood, it's still being used to have church services. The stained glass is really pretty and we made sure to get a couple of great photos here.

Thank jrobba
Reviewed 17 March 2017

Went here when visiting Grenada on our cruise. It is well worth a visit now that it has been restored to former glories.

Thank Johnlobster
Reviewed 16 February 2017

since our last trip to Grenada in 2015 the roof is now back on this elegant building, which was almost destroyed in teh great hurricane. Unfortunately entrance is still not possible as restoration is still underway.

Thank Ges R
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Finally the church has a brand new roof. Well worth a visit, very beautiful but easier to find if you dont look for a roofless church!

Thank Ian T
Reviewed 30 December 2016

The once beautiful Anglican Church, set high up on the hill near Fort George, is finally being renovated after a mere 12 year wait. It's been a frustrating sight since Hurricane Ivan - I would have given the reconstruction of the building a top national...More

1  Thank NMarshall
Reviewed 16 October 2016

We visited this place last year when it was, frankly, a complete mess. This year, really nice to see this restoration project going well, We went in & spent some time with the Project Manager (his name is Husband - lovely guy) who gave us...More

Thank markopolo797
Reviewed 22 April 2016

Early in 2016 work began at last on the restoration. Since the church was destroyed by Hurricane Ivan in 2004, the parish has concentrated on restoring its smaller churches in the outlying parts of the parish. Work is well underway. The roof has been replaced...More

1  Thank Steve M
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