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Taking a walk around Bay Street and the Straw Market we took the short walk up a side street to this beautiful church. The interior has beautiful woodwork with many plaques on the walls honoring the many people by name who died at various outbreaks...More
Visiting Christ Church Cathedra allows one the luxury of having a quiet moment away from hustle and bustle of touristy Nassau. Sit and take in the beauty of the stained glass windows, read the memorial plaques that tell the story of colonial Bahamas, and be...More
When is a church no longer a church? When the hierarchy designates it to be a cathedral and function as the "Mother" of all the Anglican churches in the Bahamas. This cathedral was restored in 1995. It has beautiful stained glass windows depicting the crucifixion...More
This is a surprisingly beautiful church inside. Considering all the storms that ravage the islands, Christ Church is in great shape. I understand that a Tsunami once inundated the cathedral, above the main roof. You couldn't tell it to look at it. The stained glass...More
We went to church service at 11am Sunday and thoroughly enjoyed the service. Of course, the church is old and beautiful and the stained class windows amazing. The people were very friendly and welcoming. If you can't go to a service, I would still go...More
What an amazing building this church is! We were touring in and around Nassua near the Government Building,and we did not initially realize that this was the Christ Church Cathedral. What an incredible building it is filled with historical details and elements. You will appreciate...More