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150 Year History of Grace Episcopal Church, Georgetown
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Grace Episcopal Church in Georgetown (1867, Gothic Revival Architecture) is located where the prominent hostelry, Suter’s Inn, once stood. Suter’s Inn was patronized by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Pierre Charles L’Enfant, among others. Grace Episcopal Church was founded to serve the laborers, craftsmen, shopkeepers, and watermen of the Georgetown waterfront. ​Join us as we learn more about the rich history of this beautiful church in Georgetown.

8/25/2017
When: Friday, August 25, 2017
6:00- 7:30 PM
Where: Grace Episcopal Church
1041 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C, 
United States
Contact: Jackie Frend


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Grace Episcopal Church in Georgetown (1867, Gothic Revival Architecture) is located where the prominent hostelry, Suter’s Inn, once stood.  Suter’s Inn was patronized by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Pierre Charles L’Enfant, among others.  Grace Episcopal Church was founded to serve the laborers, craftsmen, shopkeepers, and watermen of the Georgetown waterfront.  Join us as we learn more about the rich history of this beautiful church in Georgetown. The church was the recipient of an award from the DC Historic Preservation Office for its recent stone restoration work