This Anglican church, unofficially accepted as the state church, is one of the island's most beautiful. This magnificent building of 1695 owes its commanding presence to its cross shape, high steeple, bell tower and stained glass windows, all dating back to the 1700s. Some valuable relics are found here, including a collection of church plates from 1701 and a French chalice from 1689. Also housed here are valuable artwork and sculptures from some of Jamaica's best. Several members of the Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth II, have worshipped here.