Cambridge Churches Tour, Cambridge

Cambridge Churches Tour (Self Guided), Cambridge

Cambridge contains a variety of great churches, many of them are very old, dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Take the following tour to discover the rich heritage of Cambridge's churches.
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Guide Name: Cambridge Churches Tour
Guide Location: USA » Cambridge (See other walking tours in Cambridge)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 Km or 2.1 Miles
Author: stacey
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • St. Paul's United Methodist Church
  • Christ Episcopal Church and Cemetery
  • Redeemer Presbyterian Church
  • Zion United Methodist Church
  • Waugh United Methodist Church
  • Grace United Methodist Church
  • New Life Christian Church and Ministries
St. Paul's United Methodist Church

1) St. Paul's United Methodist Church

St. Paul's United Methodist Church, established in 1882, is a beautiful Neo-Gothic structure. Services are held every Sunday, as well as school for children and many other community-based activities.
Christ Episcopal Church and Cemetery

2) Christ Episcopal Church and Cemetery (must see)

Christ Episcopal Church and Cemetery is a historic Episcopal church and cemetery located at Cambridge, Dorchester County. Christ Church is the parish church of Great Choptank Parish, founded in 1692 as one of the List of original 30 Anglican parishes in the Province of Maryland. The church structure, designed by noted Baltimore architect Charles E. Cassell and built between 1883 and 1884, is a large Gothic Revival stone structure of green serpentinite stone on a cruciform plan. The adjoining cemetery is enclosed on three sides by a brick wall, and burials therein date from 1674 to the present. Church parishioners included five governors of Maryland, a state Attorney General, an Ambassador to the Netherlands, local judges and lawyers and several U.S. Congressmen, where most are buried. Christ Episcopal Church and Cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
Sight description based on Wikipedia.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church

3) Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Redeemer Presbyterian Church, located on Mill Street in a beautiful red brick building, boasts colorful stained glass windows and a wooden altar. Services are held every Sunday and all are welcome to attend.
Zion United Methodist Church

4) Zion United Methodist Church

Zion United Methodist Church, on Locust street, is widely known as Garrettson Chapel and dates back to 1780. The current church, erected in 1846, was dedicated by Bishop Janes. The church offers Sunday school for anyone who is interested in studying the Bible.
Waugh United Methodist Church

5) Waugh United Methodist Church (must see)

Waugh United Methodist Church, founded in 1862, is one of the oldest African American churches on the Eastern Shore. Sunday services are held in this 19th century edifice ornamented with Gothic round windows and built of red brick.
Grace United Methodist Church

6) Grace United Methodist Church

Grace United Methodist Church opened for services in 1883. It was started by charter members of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Originally a small wooden construction, it was referred to as a "model of architectural beauty and symmetry." Services are held every Sunday and the church has a wonderful choir.
New Life Christian Church and Ministries

7) New Life Christian Church and Ministries

New Life Christian Church and Ministries is a protestant church located on Phillips Street. Housed in the current building since 1993, it has a modest congregation, though its numbers are steadily increasing. Services are offered every Sunday.

Walking Tours in Cambridge, Maryland

Create Your Own Walk in Cambridge

Create Your Own Walk in Cambridge

Creating your own self-guided walk in Cambridge is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Cambridge Introduction Walking Tour

Cambridge Introduction Walking Tour

Cambridge, Maryland is a quiet city situated along the Choptang River, one of the earliest English colonial settlements in the area. Centuries on, the city has retained much of its colonial atmosphere, carefully preserving the local heritage and traditions. To discover the city's main attractions, follow this orientation walk.

Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.4 Km or 1.5 Miles