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Historic Ancestors Walk — Guided Walking Tour-Church-Cemetery
June 9, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Cold Spring Presbyterian Church conducts informative and engaging walking tours of the historic church & surrounding cemetery on many Saturday mornings Spring to Fall. The public is cordially invited as our guests.
No reservations are required. However, if you’d like to plan ahead, reserve your place on the tour by clicking below.
Our volunteer docents and guides in period costumes will share inspiring stories of interesting individuals whose remains are contained in our sacred space. Our oldest gravestone is dated 1742.
The 2018 dates: June 9, June 23, July 7, July 21, August 4, August 18, September 1, September 15, and September 29.September 30th.
Our Saturday walking tours begin at 10 AM. The less than 60 minute tour starts in our cemetery area and concludes in the air conditioned red brick church building. There is no fee for the tour. For those who wish to support the community mission of Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, a free-will gifts basket is located in the red brick church Narthex.
Where to Meet the Tour?
Tours will begin adjacent to the red brick church building located at 780 Seashore Road in Cold Spring, Lower Township, New Jersey (3 miles north of Cape May center). We are conveniently located adjacent and across from the Historic Cold Spring Village, 3 miles from Cape May center. Please allow about an hour for the comfortably paced tour experience.
For More Information
For information call the church office 609-884-4065, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us on the web, www.coldspringchurch.com.
Our thriving worshipping community of faith is privileged to share our almost 200-acre campus with you. Thousands of stories are represented by those whose remains are entrusted to our care. We are delighted to recount the glory and triumphs, as well as the difficulties and tragedies, experienced by our earliest citizens. Cold Spring Presbyterian Church has been continually serving the community for more than 300 years, and we’re just getting started!
Join a tour and discover for yourself why stories from the past can create a new future!