Historic Guided Tours of Old First Reformed United Church of Christ, St. Augustine Church, and the C
Enjoy tours of these three wonderful historic Churches.
(1) Old First Reformed United Church of Christ: Come for a thirty (30) minute guided tour of Old First Reformed United Church of Christ. Old First UCC is one of the earliest German Reformed Churches in America, predating the Declaration of Independence by nearly 50 years. The present structure is the third church on the site and was dedicated in 1837, in a German-speaking neighborhood. Every year during Advent, Old First welcomes farm animals to their courtyard, helping to remember the animals who witnessed Christ’s birth. Visitors from around the region can stop by to be charmed by the presence of a couple of goats and a baby cow munching on hay right in the middle of a busy urban neighborhood.
(2) St. Augustine Church: St. Augustine Catholic Church, also called Olde St. Augustine's, is a historic Catholic church in Philadelphia. Consecrated in 1848, the Palladian-style church was designed by Napoleon LeBrun. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Organizations founded by the church led to the creation of both Villanova University and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
(3) Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul: The cathedral is the mother church of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. It is the largest brownstone structure in Philadelphia and the largest Catholic Church in Pennsylvania. The history of the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul is central to the history of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The Cathedral was built with only very high clerestory windows to prevent vandalism. The fact that the cathedral was designed with no windows at street level is a reminder of the “Know-Nothing” riots.
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