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Episcopalian Sites

Below is an illustrated index of the 6 Episcopalian sites profiled on Sacred Destinations so far. For photo credits, please see corresponding articles.



  • Cathedral Church of St. Paul
    Boston, USA
    Founded in 1818, the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston is a historic Epicopalian cathedral with a thriving congregation.
  • Old North Church
    Boston, USA
    Founded in 1723, Old North is the oldest church in Boston. It is best known for its steeple, which displayed the lanterns signaling the advance of the British troops - "one if by land, two if by sea."
  • Trinity Church
    Boston, USA
    This striking church overlooking Copley Square is a fine example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Completed in 1877, the Episcopal church provides daily guided tours.
  • Cathedral of St. John the Divine
    New York City, USA
    This Episcopal cathedral on the Upper West Side is the largest cathedral in the world, even though it is still incomplete. It is known for its strong interfaith tradition.
  • Trinity Church
    New York City, USA
    This Wall Street church features Neo-Gothic flying buttresses, stained-glass windows and ancient churchyard. It withstood 9/11 and appeared in the movie National Treasure.
  • Grace Cathedral
    San Francisco, USA
    Completed in 1964 in a neo-Gothic style, this active Episcopal cathedral contains fine stained glass windows, two labyrinths, and other notable modern artworks.