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College Hill Presbyterian Church

Oxford, MS
+1 662-234-5020
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Wonderful worship experience with very friendly parishioners

We were looking for a church and picked this one because it was closest to our faith. The members... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Holly Springs, North Carolina
Beautiful worship location

This fellowship of Christians was organized as a local church on January 11, 1835, in the home of... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2016
Oxford, Mississippi
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were looking for a church and picked this one because it was closest to our faith. The members were very friendly and welcoming even though we were just passing through. The service was wonderful and is recommended to anyone looking for a welcoming church...More

Thank Phil1003
Reviewed 3 July 2016

This fellowship of Christians was organized as a local church on January 11, 1835, in the home of Alexander Shaw, one of the early Scot-Irish settlers in North Mississippi. Originally the church was named Neriah Church, but shortly thereafter it was re-designated Ebenezer Church. In...More

Thank stephengrogers
Reviewed 29 September 2015

One of the places that I always take visitors to Oxford, particularly those who are interested in its history, as well as those who have an interest in William Faulkner. As one walks through the beautiful "cedar bemused cemetery," to use Faulkner's expression, it's quickly...More

Thank BonTempsOxford
Reviewed 18 July 2015

Pretty old building inside. Went to church here with my grandmother in college and well, the pews are hard as rocks, but the feel of sitting back in history was so great. Cemetery behind it great history stop and geocaching too.

Thank scgoodgame
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Well, we walked the church grounds including the cemetery amongst the constant drone of the 17 year cicada hatch. A bit off the beaten path, but historic.

Thank Joe B
Reviewed 5 November 2014

College Hill Presbyterian lies about 5 miles north of Oxford, and was the religious home of William Faulkner. The antebellum brick chapel, displaying it's original stained glass and bead board walls that predate you or I, was my family's church for generations. I attended weddings...More

Thank VoltaTaverna
Reviewed 4 March 2014

Even though the attached picture is of First Presbyterian Church(where we belong) College Hill Presbyterian is a delightful step back in time and a must see for our out of town company. We took a Dallas friend to see it last fall when she visited...More

Thank Robert S
Reviewed 19 August 2013

Tom H. is right. This is not a picture of the College Hill Presbyterian Church in College Hill, just outside Oxford, MS. It is, indeed, a beautiful, old (antebellum) structure-- well worth the visit. My family and I have visited this lovely old church numerous...More

Thank dangil4
Reviewed 31 January 2013

I was a member of College Hill Presbyterian church while attending the University of Mississippi in the 1980's. Quaint little church in the middle of nowhere. All of my relatives are buried in the cemetary that sits next to the church. I would highly recommend...More

Thank Duckears
Reviewed 9 April 2012

This is First Presbyterian Church, in Oxford, and this is about it's worst angle. College Hill Presbyterian Church is a much older antebellum structure out in the country, in the community of College Hill. It also has a great historic cemetery. Don't miss the country...More

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