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Old St. Peter"s Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadelphia

an architectural history and inventory (1758-1991)

by Frederick Lee Richards

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Penn theses -- Historic preservation.,
  • Historic preservation -- Penn theses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrederick Lee Richards Jr.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 237 leaves :
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23323027M

    Subject: Church of the Redemption (Philadelphia, Pa.) Subject: Episcopal churches -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. Address: Callowhill Street (Philadelphia, Pa.) -- block. Link: View full record in the Library Company's digital image catalog. Quantity: 1 photographic print: albumen ; 23 x 29 cm. (9 x in.), on mount 34 x 47 cm. ( Episcopal Church Philadelphia Stock Photos and Images () Narrow your search: Advent protestant Episcopal church Old York Road, St Peters Episcopal Church of Philadelphia Pennsylvania United States Historical landmark MOTHER BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH Founded on ground purchased by Richard Allen in , this congregation is the mother.

    NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK NOMINATION NFS Form ST. PETER'S CHURCH St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church stands at the southwest corner of Third and Pine Philadelphia Rule Book, (Princeton: The Pyne Press, ).] The truss isFile Size: KB. f. and cs. Church of St. John the Divine m/w and c/b African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas Church of the Covenant f. ab. St. Ambrose Church m/w St. Augustine’s Church and c/b St. Augustine’s Church of the Covenant

    Title: St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, South Third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA Other Title: Protestant Episcopal City Mission Creator(s): Historic American Buildings Survey, creator Date Created/Published: Documentation compiled after Medium: Photo(s): 1 Measured Drawing(s): 1 Photo Caption Page(s): 1. The first burial in St. Peter’s churchyard was of Rosanna Smallman, who died in August , a year before the church was finished, and whose small, unreadable marker lies along the path to St. Peter’s then, more than 1, people have been buried in the yard, which remains open for the interment of ashes but was closed to virtually all casket burials in


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[ Photos from Survey HABS PA ]. Paul’s is one of several local congregations who provide support and accommodation to families in need of temporary housing. We need several volunteers to help prepare the rooms downstairs, to welcome our guests, and offer hospitality and friendship.

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The earliest services of the Protestant Episcopal Church in what was formerly known as Hamilton Village, now part of the Twenty-seventh Ward, of the city of Philadelphia, were held in a small two-story building which stood on the south side of Chestnut street, about midway between Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets.

Paul’s Protestant Episcopal Church still stands today as the headquarters of the Episcopal Community Services. Paul’s was built in and was the Anglican Church many followers of the Methodist movement attended even while also being committed to the St. George’s Methodist Society and its accompanying class meetings.

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