• Cathedral Church of St. Paul

Cathedral Church of St. Paul

Boston, USA

The first example of Greek Revival architecture in Boston, St. Paul's Church was established in 1818 by a group of Boston patriots wanting to found a wholly American Episcopal parish. In 1819, the founders commissioned Alexander Parris and Solomon Willard to construct a Greek temple to contrast with the existing colonial and 'gothick' structures of the town. On October 7, 1912, St. Paul’s was dedicated as the Cathedral Church for the Diocese.


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Cathedral Church of St. Paul
138 Tremont Street
02111 Boston
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Public Transportation

The Cathedral is located just across Tremont Street from the Park Street Station on the Green and Red MBTA Lines. They are also one block from the Downtown Crossing station of the Orange Line, a few blocks from the Blue Line Government Center station and a few blocks' walk from the commuter rail terminal at South Station. If you stand in front of the fountain next to the Park Street Station exit, you will be facing the broad, stone steps and pillars of the Cathedral entry.

We highly recommend that you consider taking advantage of parking at MBTA terminal stations, such as Braintree, Quincy Adams, Alewife, Riverside and Wonderland, where parking generally ranges from $3.00 to $4.00 or less, and then using the MBTA transit system. If you would like to drive directly to the Cathedral:

1. Common Garage, Zero Charles Street
(Church sells discount parking passes for church services held after 4 p.m. on weeknights, on Saturdays and Sundays.)

2. One Beacon Garage, Cambridge Street at Center Plaza
(Church validate parking tickets for discount parking rates.)

Additional parking information:
Lafayette Parking: Avenue de Lafayette (off Washington Street, near Chinatown)

Seating Information

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