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Microcosm of Island Life

You can't miss the church in the centre of Georgetown, but stop in - don't pass it by! From the... read more

Reviewed July 29, 2018
AlistairBurrow
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
A Piece of Heaven on Earth

I was on Ascension Island for a 17 day period and attended Mass at Mary's Anglican Church. I fell... read more

Reviewed February 20, 2017
Cnolan0219
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Satellite Beach, Florida
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29 Jul 2018
“Microcosm of Island Life”
20 Feb 2017
“A Piece of Heaven on Earth”
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Reviewed July 29, 2018

You can't miss the church in the centre of Georgetown, but stop in - don't pass it by! From the notice on the door asking you not to leave it open so that the donkeys do not get in to the memorials on the walls...More

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Reviewed February 20, 2017

I was on Ascension Island for a 17 day period and attended Mass at Mary's Anglican Church. I fell in love with the Island, the Church and the Congregation. I attended church on 2 Sundays and on Wednesday evening as well. The Congregation is most...More

Thank Cnolan0219
Reviewed December 31, 2015

Just seeing this church makes you want to go inside. And if we had been there on a Sunday then we would have attended church. The church is small but well maintained and they have a few post cards and trinkets that you can donate...More

1  Thank SouthamptonTwo
Reviewed October 16, 2015

Ascension Island is a small island In The south Atlantic Ocean. It does not take very long to visit however there are fantastic beaches and the weather is hot all year round so ... Happy days It is a bit of a hugger to get...More

1  Thank traceyb170673
Reviewed May 3, 2015

We didn't attend a service here but looked through the sanctuary on a week day morning. The striking thing to me was the memorials to people who have died of disease, accidents, and ship wrecks on Ascension Island. This was an unhealthy place at times...More

2  Thank Dwight G
Reviewed December 2, 2014

Joined the locals for the Sunday morning service. Being an Anglican church we had a different experience of worship but enjoyed it nevertheless. The tea and coffee at the Vicarage after the service is a good idea and we got to meet a number of...More

2  Thank Samuel R
Reviewed July 7, 2014

A great little church, well kept and presented, with a very warm and welcoming congregation. Service was excellent and the Padre and his wife superb people. Recommended if you are visiting the Island.

4  Thank themeparkphobia
Reviewed April 8, 2014

What a beautiful place. The door isn't locked, so let yourself in. Such a peaceful atmosphere. I bumped into the vicar who was friendly and welcoming (as you would expect!). Pay a few pence for some postcards or a copy of the bible.

4  Thank mesnard
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