This book expertly details the development of Bruton Parish Church from its first form in 1663 through its eighteenth-century additions, to its twentieth-century restorations. The author, Carl Lounsbury, explains in layman’s language, the construction, forms and features of the building—there’s
This gold tone ornament portrays the front entrance of the Bruton Church Tower in 3D. It is encircled with a banner with “Bruton Parish Church” at the top and “Williamsburg, Virginia” on the bottom. Ornament Dimensions: 3 1/4″ H x
Hand-carved in butternut wood and painted in red, white and light blue, Jerry Draper’s Episcopal Shield is carved with a notch for hanging flush to the wall. The name of the piece and the artist’s signature are engraved on the
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Bruton Parish Church has been at the heart of Williamsburg since the earliest days of the town’s existence and it remains a vibrant and active Episcopal congregation. Now surrounded by the restored Colonial Williamsburg, the Church welcomes visitors to itsRead more