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The congregation began worship in temporary quarters in 1869. Construction of the church ended in 1880. It is constructed in Romanesque Revival. The ceiling is of Southern yellow pine, designed to look like the bottom of Noah's Ark. The original church windows were plain glass....More
This is not the first time I have seen a Tiffany window, but this time I think I'm beginning to understand them. The gentleman who gave us the tour was excellent about explaining the differences between them and more common stained glass artworks. His encouragement...More
We called ahead, and Reverend Beth very graciously let us tour this beautiful sanctuary. She provided quite a bit of information about the windows and the history of the building and church, and then allowed us to photograph the space as well. There was a...More
For an Episcopal Church in a small town, the Holy Trinity is a surprisingly large and impressive building. I'm not certain what to call its architectural style, but it reminds me of churches I've seen in Northern France. Stained glass windows, several by Louis Comfort...More
There are 34 stained glass windows in the church, including 6 done by Tiffany Studios which are spectacular of course. The other thing that drew me to the church was to see the Civil War Memorial windows which honored both the Confederate and Union soldiers...More
We really should not review this stop as we could not get in the doors. Everything was locked even though we arrived during posted office hours. We enjoy historic churches and were disappointed in not being able to enter this Episcopal worship area. We did...More
This was our first stop in Vicksburg and it was beautiful. The windows are all beautiful but the Tiffany windows are spectacular. The history of the church delivered by the pastor's husband was well down and very interesting. The windows should not be missed. The...More