St George's Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg

#13 of 18 in Historic Sites in Fredericksburg
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
St. George's Episcopal Church is a church in Fredericksburg, Virginia at 905 Princess Anne Street. The church, built in the 18th century and re-built in 1815 and 1849, is a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2019.

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  • We happened upon this church while visiting Old Fredericksburg and there were several helpful volunteers ready to give us some history and answer our questions. The stained glass in this church is...  more »
  • As we were taking a walk in Fredericksburg, we noticed a historical cemetery. It was next to St. George‚Äôs Episcopal Church. We went in and ended up staying almost a half hour. Most of the tombstones.....  more »
  • Amazed that a church building this old is still reaching the multitudes in this day & time. Only God! Bless you All for what you are doing there.
  • Wonderful church,in the Fredericksburg area. A lot of people come here on a regular basis. They also have prayers during the week.

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