This lovely old church, built in 1848 to commemorate the end of slavery in the Virgin Islands, was restored to its former glory in the years after Hurricane Marilyn destroyed the building in 1995. Georgian in style, it is built of native stone. The arched windows are lined with yellow bricks that arrived as ballast aboard merchant ships that stopped in St. Thomas. You are welcome to browse its hallowed halls or attend Sunday services.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious