Built over 275 years ago, this landmark Anglican church has withstood the hands of time. In fact, the Jamaica National Heritage Trust as declared it a national monument. The windows are arched with wooden louvres, and the altar is beautifully decorated with candleholders and a crystal vase. Above the alter is a stained glass window depicting Christ's ascension. Friends of the Georgian Society in England are currently assisting in the effort to repair the building. Membership stands at 125, and members are planning a series of events to mark the church's 275th anniversary this year. For service timings, call ahead.