St. Martin’s Episcopal Church

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St. Martin’s Episcopal Church


  • South First Street

    Hamilton,   NC   27840


    Circa 1881. St. Martin’s Episcopal Church was established as a missionary station in 1868. The church was constructed in either 1879 or 1880. Materials were produced locally except for the ball and stained glass which were imported from England. St. Martin’s is a principal example of Gothic-Victorian church architecture in North Carolina. Make an appointment to take in the interesting architecture of the building and study the gilded paintings by Artist David Hewson. While the congregation has been inactive since the 1960s, the building remains consecrated and its preservation remains guided by the Historic Hamilton Commission Inc. To make an appointment call: 252-798-5561

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    South First Street
    Hamilton NC 27840


    Latitude: 35° 56' 32.28" / Longitude: -77° 13' 35.0394"

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