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    The Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square

    1904 Walnut Street, Philadelpha, PA 19103
    (215) 567-1267

    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.



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