Hey New Haveners. This week, I’m back for a very short post about St. Thomas Episcopal Church on Whitney Avenue, more because I’ve discovered its hidden-gem-ness than anything to do with Easter. That’s just fortuitous timing. I ended up at St. Thomas’ Wednesday evening as part of an assignment for the New Haven Independent. Outside, […]
I heard that the inside of St. John’s Church in New Haven was beautiful, and I finally had a chance to visit recently. St. John’s was founded in 1852 and moved to its current location on 400 Humphery St. in 1895. Here are a few photos from that day. Grace Chapel Another view of Grace […]
New Haven has many churches, and during my walks I’ve always admired their beautiful architecure. Below are a few that I was able to capture. First Presbyterian Church St. Thomas’s Episcopal Church First Baptist Church First Baptist Church First Baptist Church Church of the Redeemer United Church on the Green United Church on the Green […]
Dedicated as Christ Church in 1834, St. Mary’s was the first Catholic Church in New Haven, and the second in Connecticut. After the Church was completely destroyed by fire in December 1848, a new building on Church Street was dedicated under the care of Mary, and renamed St. Mary’s Church. With the rapid growth of the Catholic population, […]
I walked around downtown with my camera and wanted to ask people if I could take their pictures, I was really nervous, but got up the courage to ask a few, but I was lucky because a lot of people asked me to take their picture. Met this lovely man outside Gourmet Heaven I had […]
Photos from Palm Sunday at St Paul & St James in Wooster Square. See more photos on our Facebook page. Check out the excellent video from last year’s procession below or my photos here. Parasols and Palms from The Episcopal Church on Vimeo.