My parish was established in 1836 and built its first structure in 1842. It served as a hospital during the great cholera epidemic (1849-51) and to the Civil War wounded. The parish moved a few blocks east, remaining in the downtown area; the current structure was completed in 1901. [History is available in the "About Grace" page here.]
Here are my photos.
The view from outside. We are in the downtown area. And we have real bells.
A shot of the nave.
And another shot of the nave, with Dr. Thomas Pawley reading.
The chancel space, in a simple summer service with the "summer altar."
View up the aisle.
The altar, with a full retinue during the installation of our current priest:
That's all I have. I don't have many photos of the church building. I bet Mimi will blow me away with her photos.
Now ... a challenge to you all as we talk about our worship spaces and our worship experiences. How 'bout you post photos, too? Put a link in the comments.