This is a walking tour of the inside of St. George’s Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg, VA. When you are ready, “click” the “hamburger” icon above and left to begin the tour.
There are two tours – a summary tour that takes 15 minutes and similar to our printed materials as well as a complete tour with more text, images as well as links to associated content so it may be longer. The complete tour starts with the Narthex. At the bottom of each page is a link to the next page of the tour.
On the complete tour, an “interlude” of video of the inside of the church (Nave) comes after stop one before you go into the Nave. A selection of historical photographs is attached at the end.
Both tours have 13 numbered stops that relate to the map above.
The church is currently the third building on its site, completed in 1849.
There are 3 sections of the church. See the photographs below. The Narthex or vestibule is reached when you enter into the church. From the Narthex, going through the 3 wooden doors leads to the Nave where the congregation worships in the pews. The Nave is separated from the front, called the Chancel by communion rails. The lessons are read (lectern), communion prepared (table) and the minister delivers the sermon (pulpit).
We thank you for touring our church!