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Williamsburg Presbyterian Church is housed in a classically built brick building, very much in keeping with the colonial architectural styles of surrounding buildings. Its weekly services are on Saturdays and Sundays (the second Sunday service is broadcast on local radio) along with other events throughout the year. Check their website for details and service times.
Established in 1674, the Bruton Parish Episcopal Church is both architecturally beautiful and the site of several notable historic events. Around the time of the American Revolution the church had several famous attendees, including George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Thomas Jefferson. In 1862, the church was even used as a Confederate hospital after the Battle of Williamsburg. The church is still active and has regular services, but it does encourage visitors to tour the building to discovery its rich history. Make sure you see the churchyard which may be the largest colonial church graveyard in the state.
This lovely brick church, named after an English Benedictine monk, is considered one of Williamsburg's architectural triumphs. It can seat up to 1500 people, all of which have unobstructed views of the altar. The church hosts many events throughout the year, alongside its Sunday services - it is worth visiting for the serenity of the 43-acre grounds and the stunning pipe organ, which took over two years to complete.