WE stopped in on our way to ground zero and was very amazing how it survived 911. its an amazing place!
A trip to ground zero is incomplete without visiting this church. During the 9/11 attacks, while other buildings were collapsing, this church stood firm, shaken but not cast down. And to think it was built in 1766? We were told of how this church became a refuge of comfort and the base for the firefighters during the tragedy. God does... More
It still held is impressive status even though they are in renovation mode for three years. The scaffolding, inside and out, hindered the smooth progress through the building. You felt as though you were imposing on those who came to worship. Do not let this keep you from viewing the site.
As soon as you walk up to this church just opposite Ground Zero you feel and see for your very own eyes the love / tears / and sense of what happened that day :( as you walk in you / read how this was a place that everybody came for solace n pray to understand what happened - and... More
We took a Viator tour of 911 Memorial and the guide took us in St. Paul's Chapel. They have memorial tributes to the heros of 911. It's amazing that this chapel survived the aftermath of 911. It was a very solumn experience.
A lot of people,everyone grieving,and respectful ,for the memories that wiil live in our memory forever
What strikes you first is that the Church is not very big but it is towered over by all the other buildings around it.On entering the church it is very simplistic,not overly decorated as some churches are.And as you make your way round reading the messages that where left for loved ones and the role that the church played in... More
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