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The Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church

720 Telfair St, Augusta, GA 30901-2327
+1 706-722-4944
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parked across the street and my first reaction was "wow"... what a structure. Beautiful and worthy... read more

Reviewed March 3, 2018
jlantern3
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Columbia, South Carolina
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My most favorite time of the year to visit Holy Trinity is at 12:00 noon on St Patrick's Day. For... read more

Reviewed October 12, 2017
Ann Marie M
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Augusta
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Formally organized in 1810 and is a monument to one of Georgia's earliest Catholic communities. The current building was consecrated in 1863 at the height of the Civil War and is the oldest surviving Catholic Church building in Georgia. The building is an impressive example of Romanesque Revival in 19th century church architecture. Daily Mass is Monday, Wednesday - Friday at 12:15pm; Tuesday Communion Service at 12:15pm. Sunday Masses: Saturday at 5pm, Sunday at 8am, 10:30pm & 12:30pm. Church open Monday, Wednesday-Friday from 10am-2pm and Tuesdays 10am-1pm.
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720 Telfair St, Augusta, GA 30901-2327
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Reviewed March 3, 2018

parked across the street and my first reaction was "wow"... what a structure. Beautiful and worthy of pictures from the exterior. Didn't get a chance to go inside, but its on my list.

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Reviewed October 12, 2017 via mobile

My most favorite time of the year to visit Holy Trinity is at 12:00 noon on St Patrick's Day. For 40 years, a more recently organized society of Irish in Augusta have made The Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and the celebration of the Eucharist,...More

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Reviewed August 15, 2017

This is one of my favorite spots to enjoy a wedding or one of the many other various events that Augusta has there.It is one of the old Catholic Churches downtown that was sold to the county and is utilized for events.

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Reviewed April 19, 2017

When you need a quite place to center yourself this is a great environment. A peaceful setting for prayer and reflection.

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Reviewed April 12, 2017 via mobile

We visited on Palm Sunday. The congregation seemed welcoming and friendly. The Mass was nice. Good music and very nice homily.

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Reviewed December 19, 2016

This church is gorgeous and filled with history. You can feel the almost two centuries of prayer and worship that have filled that beautiful space/

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Reviewed October 25, 2016

If you are a fan of Jardine organs, this is a must. If you like beautiful Catholic churches, this is a must. It's fabulous for art, history, and religion.

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Reviewed August 3, 2016 via mobile

We initially only planned to sleep in Augusta and then continue driving on into South Carolina. Then we learned about the Augusta Canal and the Augusta Canal Visitor’s Center. So we planned a 24 hour visit… and we had a blast! The most peaceful part...More

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Reviewed August 2, 2016

Great place for a Wedding and Mass! Highly recommended for a weekend in the city and was a great service in the area!!!!!!

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Reviewed July 26, 2016

Most Holy Trinity Church, built in 1851 after the 1810 wooden church was outgrown, is a beautiful example of Early Romanesque Revival. It has a registered Jardine Organ, the largest extant 19th C. organ in the South. It also has a crypt that holds the...More

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