Pohick Church, Mount Vernon

Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Pohick Church, previously known as Pohick Episcopal Church, is an Episcopal church in the community of Lorton in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. Often called the "Mother Church of Northern Virginia," the church is notable for its association with important figures in early Virginian history such as George Washington and George Mason, both of whom served on its vestry. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969.
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  • I had passed this church numerous times but never visited the church until a few days ago when I attended a memorial service. The present church building, using George Washington’s plan, was...  more »
  • The church allows visitors and has a very good visitors guide so be sure to go in. The store was not open when we were there. You can see the pews where George Washington and George Mason sat and the....  more »
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  • First visit. Very informative. Clean enjoyed my visit.
  • Well maintained church. attended by both George Washington and George Mason.

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