North of Bathsheba, not far from the Morgan Lewis Mill, sits this historic building. It has survived two hurricanes (1780 and 1831) and was condemned in 1842. By public protest of demolition, the church was rebuilt between 1846 and 1855. It is a stone's throw from Shorey Village, the birthplace of the famous cricketer, Conrad Hunte.
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