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St. John's Episcopal Church (Highgate Falls, Vermont)

St. John's Episcopal Church
St. John's Episcopal Church in 1940
St. John's Episcopal Church (Highgate Falls, Vermont)
Location Highgate Falls Village Green, Highgate, Vermont
Coordinates

44°55′48″N 73°2′56″W / 44.93000°N 73.04889°W / 44.93000; -73.04889Coordinates: 44°55′48″N 73°2′56″W / 44.93000°N 73.04889°W / 44.93000; -73.04889

Built 1829-1830,[2]
Architect Joel Whitney
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Swanton, Vermont
NRHP Reference # 76000139[1]
Added to NRHP September 03, 1976

St. John's Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal church located on the Village Green in the village of Highgate Falls in Highgate, Vermont, in the United States. Built between 1829 and 1830 by Joel Whitney of Enosburg, the church was consecrated on May 21, 1834, by the Rt. Rev. John Henry Hopkins, the first bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont.

On September 3, 1976, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

History

St. John's Episcopal Church was a full parish until 1896. Since then it has been under the jurisdiction of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Swanton, whose current rector is the Rev. Reid D. Farrell,[3]

See also

References

External links

Anglicanism portal
  • National Register listings for Franklin County
  • St. John's homepage
  • St. John's gallery page
  • Library of Congress file on St. John's
  • Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Swanton website


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