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The History of this Church from the Founder of Greenville - Vardry McBee- buried in the Historic Churchyard. The awesome Glasswork from Germany. Call the Business Office for when tours are Offered to the Public. Located in the Downtown Area.
We got a peek at the old church in mid remodel. The stained glass was removed and sent to Jersey for refitting, the building seemed left open to the elements, the lift and resupport structures were inside, the new plastic tiled and copper gutters were...More
We are not Episcopalian but have been to numerous services at the church. It is an historic church in Greenville. The interior is very appealing especially with its wood beams. the tour of the church is very informative and includes a tour of the cemetery...More
The historic sanctuary, containing some spectacular stained and leaded glass (including a decent Tiffany window), an amazing Goulding and Wood organ and furniture dating back to Greenville's earliest days is currently being renovated and won't be available for many months. The little chapel is charming...More
This is the most beautiful church in my opinion but I am biased since I go to church here. The stained glass windows are just amazing. My husband and I got married here. The church is undergoing a 2 year structural renovation starting August 2016...More
We like visiting churches anywhere we go, and enjoyed the Sunday service here. The windows and architecture make it a gem, and we were made to feel quite welcome by the clergy. But visitors should note that extensive building repairs are due soon, which will...More