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Truly a beautiful experience

This historic church is a special treat both physically and spiritually. The architecture is... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2014
Marcia B
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Barnstable, Massachusetts
Barnstable Village's Only Episcopal Church

Traditional in an old fashion way. Lots of dark wood, very open and spacious. Very attractive... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2012
Steve W
,
Barnstable, Massachusetts
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The church and its gardens offer quiet walks for visitors. The public is welcome.
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31 May 2014
“Truly a beautiful experience”
12 Jul 2012
“Barnstable Village's Only Episcopal Church”
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Barnstable, MA
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Reviewed 31 May 2014

This historic church is a special treat both physically and spiritually. The architecture is stunning and it is surrounded by meticulously tended gardens to enjoy after services. The priest, Libby, is delightfully articulate and thought provoking and never fails to deliver a service that sends...More

2  Thank Marcia B
Reviewed 12 July 2012

Traditional in an old fashion way. Lots of dark wood, very open and spacious. Very attractive. Large well kept gardens in back frequently host tea parties. Warm and friendly congregation spanning toddlers to the ancients. A very active church.

6  Thank Steve W
Reviewed 26 March 2012

Quaint, little, roadside church. Membership are very friendly and inviting. You don't have to know anyone to attend services, or functions. You feel like family. The gardens are beautiful in spring and summer, bring your camera.

5  Thank commentmaker
Reviewed 1 March 2012

Last year I returned to my Episcopal roots as we became members of this parish, lured by its diversity (relative to the rest of Cape Cod!), its enthusiastic rector, cordial congregation, and serenely beautiful surroundings, including an extensive, natural garden which lures visitors and congregants...More

6  Thank CapeTravellers
Reviewed 2 February 2012

The garden is a walk with God.....and then some!! Take some moments from the winding roads, sand dunes and salty air. Say a pray for the Oak trees , the renovations of the Sea Captain's Homes and Hallet's Drug Store.

4  Thank JohnRega
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