This beautiful church is on the road leading to Williams Wharf, where I went jogging over the weekend.
Ordinarily I like to park at Wayland Baptist Church, just across Route 14 from this road, however it's hunting season, and running in the middle of the woods on a Saturday during hunting season is just not something you do around here. Unless you are OK with the risk of being shot at.
I wasn't quite ready for that just yet, so figured I'd park at Williams Wharf Landing and run up and down this road, which is two miles total. Sort of a wimpy run but better than nothing which is what I really wanted to do.
|These were taken from the outside. I might have left a nose print on the window.|
My apologies to the window cleaners.
I'm always drawn to this church and its graveyard. But what I liked about this particular visit was that the Christmas decorations were still up, and the sun did a marvelous job of illuminating the interior.
(By the way, I have never been inside this church. It's my goal to do so one day.)
I enjoyed meandering through the cemetery, where many of Mathews' First Families have plots.
|I love tombstones that dare to be different.|
To read more about the history of Kingston Parish and Christ Church, click here.