This is a gem not much written about. We had a lovely visit to the church. The docent was very kind and informative, he showed us around the main meeting hall, explained about the architecture and the unique pews (they are enclosed and some have catholic-style kneelers, although the Presbyterian service doesn't include kneeling).
For a suggested donation of $5 per person, go upstairs and view the photo gallery of 1850-1950's photos, the negatives of which were rescued from deterioration off of someone's front porch. They have been restored and printed, capturing some wonderful views of late 19th century life. There are plenty of formal portraits, but also some wonderful candid pieces. Allow at least an hour to view the photographs, more time if you want to read all the descriptions and talk to the docent.
Wonderful photo gallery in the Chapel. A must see when visiting Natchez. We found it at fpcnatchez.org. We enjoyed the service on Sunday. The sanctuary was beautiful....a classic Federal Church. A beautiful town;
Southern themed Motel situated 4 miles from downtown historic district. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven.
Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Coffee Maker. Balcony/Terrace. Mini Bar. Hotel Details:131 Rooms / 2 Floors. Built ...
The oldest part of this unusual house was built circa 1850 as a luxurious billiard hall by David Stanton, whose
brother Frederic built Stanton Hall. The billiard hall stood on the grounds of The Elms, David Stantonâs home, and ...
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