Bruton Parish Church celebrates the 300th anniversary of its present church building beginning in October 2014! Join us as we commemorate our worship of God in this place for 300 years.
Click here to learn more about guest preachers throughout next year!
Click here for more about the commemorations of the 300th anniversary of our present building beginning this fall and will be filled with special guest preachers, celebratory musical performances, an outstanding educational series, and much more, including special anniversary merchandise!
Click here to learn more about the special musical performances that will play a fundamental role in the 15-months-long celebration of the 300th anniversary of our present church building.
An outstanding series of educational programs will be presented throughout our 300th anniversary period to explore the life of the church from 1715 to 2015. The series, beginning in October and continuing until December 2015, will examine religious belief and practice, community life, and the influence of change as we prepare to face the unknown challenges of the future.
After a nationwide hymn competition, 43 hymns were received, and two winners chosen. The hymns will first be sung for services with the Bishop of London on Oct. 26 and throughout the 300th celebrations. Read more about the winners here!
Special merchandise celebrating Bruton's 300th anniversary of our church building is flooding into the Shop! Click here to see!
A reminder that the Bruton Parish exhibition remains on view at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, just outside the Hennage Auditorium. The artifacts tell the story of the evolution of the church building and the parish itself, as the Revolution brought change to Williamsburg.
If you were unable to join us for any of the Bruton's 300th Educational Series, click here and view the video online (if available).