This historic church first held worship services in 1734. In 1753, church members began conducting services in what is now the Christiansted National Historic Site's Steeple Building, but a series of hurricanes rendered the building unsafe by 1827. The members then bought what was the Dutch Reformed Church building, which dates to before 1740. Services continued in this building since 1834. A bible written in Creole, the language used by slaves, is on display. There is no admission charge. Do call for timings.