Religious Sites in Philadelphia

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Religious Sites in Philadelphia

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Name Category Location
 
Arch Street Meeting House
Constructed in 1804 for the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul
The basilica of the archdiocese of Philadelphia is the spiritual...
Religious Sites Benjamin Franklin Parkway
 
Christ Church
The Anglicans of the Church of England built a wooden church...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Free Quaker Meeting House
This was the house of worship for the Free "Fighting" Quakers...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Gloria Dei
One of the few relics of the Swedes who settled Pennsylvania...
Religious Sites Queen Village and South Philadelphia
 
Mikveh Israel
Nathan Levy, a Colonial merchant whose ship, the Myrtilla, brought...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church
Society Hill holds a notable landmark in the history of African-Americans...
Religious Sites Society Hill
 
Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church
Designed by Robert Smith in 1768 as a simple brick Georgian-style...
Religious Sites Society Hill
 
Old St. Joseph's Church
In 1733 a tiny chapel was established by Jesuits for Philadelphia's...
Religious Sites Society Hill
 
Old St. Mary's Church
The city's second-oldest Catholic church, circa 1763, became...
Religious Sites Society Hill
 
St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Founded by members of Christ Church in Old City who were living...
Religious Sites Society Hill
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