St Mary's Church, Ascension Island

Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Strikingly white, St Mary's Church stands out against the surrounding landscape thanks to its facade, glistening under the clear blue sky. The Anglican church dates back to the 1840s and remains not only a major religious site, but also one of the island's most notable architectural landmarks. Make St Mary's Church part of your personalized Ascension Island itinerary using our Ascension Island online trip maker.
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  • A lovely little church which is well worth a visit. The whitewashed building is easily seen from most places in Georgetown. Inside are several religious artefacts. One of the most striking thing...  more »
  • You can't miss the church in the centre of Georgetown, but stop in - don't pass it by! From the notice on the door asking you not to leave it open so that the donkeys do not get in to the memorials....  more »
  • I was on Ascension Island for a 17 day period and attended Mass at Mary's Anglican Church. I fell in love with the Island, the Church and the Congregation. I attended church on 2 Sundays and on...  more »
  • The place is rundown and weird.

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