Patrick Henry, whose fiery speech at St. John’s ignited the American Revolution.

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The rich history of St. John’s Church and its role in the founding of our country.

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Through engagement!  Our field trips and educational programs bring history to life.

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The Church and graveyard, and step back in time with a guided tour or reenactment.

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Latest News

The Stamp Act

George Greville introduced the Stamp Act as a means of increasing revenues from the colonies in the wake of the Seven Years War. He assured the Parliament... More »

Cabell Foundation Offers $100,000 Matching Grant

St. John’s Church Foundation is undertaking a campaign to address critical preservation issues at historic St. John’s Church, a National Historic... More »

Eight Interesting Facts About St. John’s Church

St. John’s church is the oldest church in Richmond. It was built in 1741 to be a part of the Henrico Parish.   2. The graveyard at St. John’s... More »

2014 Summer “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!” Reenactment Series

We offer free reenactments each Sunday between Memorial Day and Labor Day. For all summer reenactments: 1:15 p.m.          Doors open, seating... More »

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St. John’s Church Foundation

2401 E. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23223

Visitor Center:

(804)648-5015

Hours:

Mon-Sat: 10-4 pm
Sunday: 1-4 pm

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