The authoritative source on
  early churches of New Jersey

About this site
We've created a database and photographic inventory on more than half the 18th & 19th century churches in the state and add to it each month. We welcome and solicit all contributions and suggestions from our visitors.

How to use this site
Post a query
Respond to readers' queries
Consult the database
Annotate the database
Upload a photo
Suggest a church for inclusion

Glossary
List of churches, by county

Photographic notes
Links to related sites

   Photographic Inventory

Saint Andrew's Church
Mount Holly, Burlington County


Saint Andrew's is remarkable because it is one of the earliest examples of the Gothic Revival style in the state, not just a traditional Wren-Gibbs church with a few Gothic details. It was built in 1844. The Anglican church was established in Mount Holly by 1765.

 

 

 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS  |  ABOUT US  |  HOME  |  BACK

Copyright (c) 2001 Frank L. Greenagel