HERITAGE CENTER FOR COUNCIL
Bruton Parish Heritage Center
 
The Heritage Center, in the Parish House with the Bruton Parish Shop, tells the story of the parish, past and present. It includes an exhibit on the arrival of Anglicanism in America, the role of the parish in colonial life, and the development of the parish through the years.  Important artifacts such as the original weathervane are on display, and there are provisions for changing displays.  Along with the Shop, it serves as a place of welcome and engagement for our many visitors.
 

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Location and Hours
 
The Center is located in the front of the Parish House on Duke of Gloucester Street with the Bruton Parish Shop and is open daily during regular Shop hours.
 
 

PARISH RECORDS HOW TO VIDEO

Historic Parish Records
 
The Heritage Center makes available certain early church records of interest to those seeking genealogical and historical information.  The records themselves are here on the parish's website, accessible to anyone.  Here is a short video showing how to use them from home computers.  You'll find tips here.
 
 

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Help Make More Parish Records Available
 
The Bruton Parish Historic Records project is sponsored and supported by Friends of Bruton.  You can help make more records available by adding your financial support.  Click here to make a contribution, selecting Friends of Bruton in the Give To box.  For more information about Friends of Bruton: Our Worldwide Congregation, click here.