Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Alexandria

#9 of 15 in Historic Sites in Alexandria
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Old Presbyterian Meeting House is a Christian church in Alexandria, Virginia. It is part of the National Capital Presbytery and the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The campus was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. The church also lies within the bounds of the Alexandria Historic District.

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  • This is a very small place but steeped in history. Had the honor to be part of the ceremony to place a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier. We did not go into the Meeting house...  more »
  • Truth be told, I stopped outside this church on a ghost tour. We we're careful to be quiet and respectful, as we could tell the church was holding a choir practice or meeting. It looks to be a beautiful place to worship.
  • This church is beautiful!! Without question.

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