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“Lovely and Welcoming”

Trinity Episcopal Church
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 3 July 2017

This lovely church stands out as you are driving down Route 50. I walked to it from the restaurant I picked up my lunch from. The parish was established in 1840, but the current Church was built in 1955 (per the cornerstone). As I entered the little courtyard out front. I was kindly invited to get a cool drink at their morning coffee (services had just ended), which was very nice. I was given directions on how to get inside and was greeted by a church that reminds me of the chapels and cathedrals I had seen in England. The inside is much smaller than it appears on the outside. It is a grand church.

Thank jehenson81
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Reviewed 27 June 2017

Gorgeous Episcopal church in the middle of no-where. But thanks to the Mellon family, one feels like one is in a lovely French country-side church. Great pipe organ there as well.

Stunningly simple and absolutely gorgeous!!

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Reviewed 12 February 2017

you always see someone you know no matter where you're from. beautiful little church in a beautiful little village

Thank rustard s
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Reviewed 25 January 2017

This church was donated to the community by the late, generous Paul Mellon. It is a quiet spot for the most part but a central location for the Hunt Country Stable Tour held every Memorial Day weekend as a community fundraiser. Also a pleasant spot for weddings. A thoughtful place to worship.

Thank RebeccaMaine
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Reviewed 19 March 2016

After lunch at the Hunter's Head Tavern (also reviewed) we dropped by Trinity Episcopal Church - its set in a historical enclave and is open to the public - even when services are not being held. The church itself is an oasis of tranquility with a lots of fine architectural beauty presented in what I can only describe as elegant simplicity. I'm attaching a picture of one of the stain glass windows, a heating grate (of all things - imagine) and a shot of the stonework in the courtyard - it was a delight!

Thank Elizabeth F
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