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St. John's Church

Since 1938, St. John’s Church Foundation has preserved this historic property as a tangible connection to our founding fathers and as host to a defining moment in our nation’s history. Here Patrick Henry delivered his famous “Give me Liberty or Give me Death!” speech to the Second Virginia Convention of March 1775. Present were George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Richard Henry Lee, and many other landed gentlemen who altered the course of our nation. Our programs bring to life the events that led to the American Revolution and allow us to maintain and preserve St. John's Church for future generations.

2401 E Broad St, Richmond, VA 23223

Place Type

History, Religious

Phone

(804) 649-7938

Website

historicstjohnschurch.org

Twitter

@StJohnsChurchFd

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/stjohnschurchfoundation/

Upcoming Events

Poe Graveyard Tour: "Misery is Manifold"
10/30 6:30pm

Join Executive Director Sarah Whiting for 'Misery is Manifold," an exploration of the life of Poe in Richmond, the city he called home. “Misery is manifold....

Executive Director Sarah Whiting
10/31 11am

DEATH IS A GRIM TYRANT: UNFORTUNATE WAYS TO DIE IN EARLY RICHMOND St. John's Church Foundation Executive Director Sarah Whiting hosts a tour of Richmond’s...

Poe Graveyard Tour: "Misery is Manifold"
10/31 11am

Join Executive Director Sarah Whiting for 'Misery is Manifold," an exploration of the life of Poe in Richmond, the city he called home. “Misery is manifold....

Interpreter Andrew Keehan
10/31 12pm

Join us inside Historic St. John's Church, the location of the Second Virginia Convention, and hear the fascinating story of Patrick Henry and his 'Liberty...

Poe Graveyard Tour: "Misery is Manifold"
10/31 1pm

Join Executive Director Sarah Whiting for 'Misery is Manifold," an exploration of the life of Poe in Richmond, the city he called home. “Misery is manifold....

Recent Events

Church Tour

10/24/2020

Church Tour

10/24/2020

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