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33 Duke of York St., St. George's Parish, GE05, Bermuda | +441 297-2459

Located in the historic town of St. George’s—a UNESCO World Heritage site with well-preserved British colonial architecture and labyrinth cobblestone alleyways—St. Peter’s Church is the oldest continuously operating Anglican church in the Western Hemisphere and one of the main reasons why history buffs flock to this east end village. With parts of the church dating back to 1620, St. Peter’s contains religious relics of its storied past: a 900-year-old baptismal font brought in from island settlers, a red cedar alter originally carved in 1615, and a collection of 17th-century communion silver that’s kept in the vestry.

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St. Peter's Church

Located in the historic town of St. George’s—a UNESCO World Heritage site with well-preserved British colonial architecture and labyrinth cobblestone alleyways—St. Peter’s Church is the oldest continuously operating Anglican church in the Western Hemisphere and one of the main reasons why history buffs flock to this east end village. With parts of the church dating back to 1620, St. Peter’s contains religious relics of its storied past: a 900-year-old baptismal font brought in from island settlers, a red cedar alter originally carved in 1615, and a collection of 17th-century communion silver that’s kept in the vestry.