Your Church Home on N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard was built in 1922.
Our church is a contributing structure in the historic Museum District. The building has survived a fire and several additions and expansions. Its tower is a Richmond landmark, and the occasional lookout post for a local hawk.
The building is well maintained by a volunteer committee whose chairs organize and oversee parish work days as well as negotiate and contract with professional services as needed.
Parking is behind the church. Enter off of Colonial Avenue. During the week, enter the building from the south parking lot entrance. (There is a small porch over the door and the bell is to your left.)