The Little-Known Church Hiding In Delaware That Is An Absolute Work Of Art

Have you ever strolled the New Castle green, looking at the gorgeous colonial buildings and enjoying the views from this historic park? If so, you’ve almost definitely noticed the giant church tower near Harmony Street. Immanuel on the Green was founded in 1689, and it is one of the oldest Episcopal parishes in the United States. Though many people pass it every day, few have decided to take a tour of this historic church and see the absolute beauty that it is hiding, right in plain sight.

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Immanuel is one of the most beautiful churches in Delaware, but our state does not lack stunning and historic places of worship. Have you visited any of the other These 20 Churches in Delaware That Will Leave You Absolutely Speechless?