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Church of the Holy Trinity - Rittenhouse Square

S. 19th Street and Walnut Street Philadelphia PA 19103

The Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square (CHT) is an Episcopal Church situated on the Northwest corner of Rittenhouse Square. Established in 1859, CHT has a celebrated history of excellence in architecture, the arts, preaching, and service. Despite its nearly 150-year history, the church continues to be an active, vibrant, and very present participant in the Philadelphia community.

Community Highlights: Weekly Brown Bag Concerts, Philadelphia’s First Toy Library, daily ringing of the church bells
Historical Highlights: Over 20 stained glass windows--many of the windows were designed by Tiffany Studios,  The second Rector, Phillips Brooks, wrote the famous Christmas carol “Oh Little Town of Bethlehem”,  Scottish-born architect John Knotman designed and built the church in the Norman style. Much of the décor is reminiscent of the Arts and Crafts era.

Events at Church of the Holy Trinity - Rittenhouse Square
Astral Artists
September 19th, 2015

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