Saint John’s Episcopal Church

Today’s video is on St. John’s Episcopal Church in Highgate Falls, Vermont. If you enjoyed yesterday’s video on the cemetery behind it, you may also enjoy seeing this lovely church, hearing its history and watching the walk-around. “St. John’s Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal church located on the village green in the village ofContinue reading “Saint John’s Episcopal Church”

Sudbury Congregational Church

Today’s video is about the Sudbury Congregational Church located in Sudbury, Vermont. According to Google Maps, it’s “formerly” the Congregational Church and Town Hall. One thing I do know for sure is that this building is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also stunning, even at dusk. What a treat to standContinue reading “Sudbury Congregational Church”

Georgia Plain Baptist Church

I am thrilled to present a video on a gorgeous Gothic Revival Style church to you today! The Georgia Plain Baptist Church in Georgia, Vermont is that place. This place is an architectural gem! It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. “The Georgia Plain Baptist Church is a historic church in Georgia,Continue reading “Georgia Plain Baptist Church”

Old Ohavi Zedek Synagogue: Oldest in United States!

Today’s video is on the Old Ohavi Zedek Synagogue in the Old North End in Burlington, Vermont. It is currently the Ahavath Gerim Synagogue and is for sale for $650,000. If you look at the Pomerleau Real Estate website, you’ll see some interior photographs including the gilded lions and pineapple finials I mention in theContinue reading “Old Ohavi Zedek Synagogue: Oldest in United States!”

Williston Congregational Church in Williston, Vermont

Today’s video is a combination of the history and a walk-around of the Williston Congregational Church in Williston, Vermont. (The snow is a tch deeper in Williston than where I live in Chittenden County. Since I don’t wear boots, my feet got a bit wet and even colder.) But, I was able to walk aroundContinue reading “Williston Congregational Church in Williston, Vermont”

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