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St. James' Episcopal Church


"Episcopal Landmark"

St. James' Episcopal Church is a historic place of worship and designated feature on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1908 by Robert North, its designed is said to be inspired by the charming English countryside. It illustrates the Neo-Gothic school of architecture and is replete with a square belfry, arched entryways and beautiful stained-glass representations.
405 East Main Street, Batavia, NY, United States, 14020
"Episcopal Landmark"
St. James' Episcopal Church is a historic place of worship and designated feature on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1908 by Robert North, its designed is said to be inspired by the charming English countryside. It illustrates the Neo-Gothic school of architecture and is replete with a square belfry, arched entryways and beautiful stained-glass representations.
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