Category:St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Philadelphia)
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is a historic parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, founded in 1822 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and located at 19 South Tenth Street, on the corner of Tenth Street and Ludlow Street. St. Stephen's was designed by William Strickland in the Gothic revival style. Architect Frank Furness added a transept and vestry room in 1879. It is the oldest extant building in Philadelphia in this style. St. Stephen's first service was held on February 27, 1823. On June 4, 1979, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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Media in category "St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Philadelphia)"
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- Market Street above 9th (9368518648).jpg 2,419 × 1,200; 457 KB
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- St. Stephen's Episcopal Church from front.jpg 2,377 × 2,900; 1.7 MB
- St. Stephen's Episcopal Church from south.jpg 2,145 × 3,205; 1.58 MB
- St. Stephen's Theater Lantern Theater Company 923 Ludlow Street.jpg 2,008 × 3,178; 1.14 MB