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Historic Polegreen Church

Historic Polegreen Church
6411 Heatherwood Dr.
Mechanicsville, VA 23116

"The Polegreen Church, known as "Hanover Meeting House", maybe be the first non- Anglican church in Virginia. Named after the 17th-century landowner, George Polegreen."

"Experience The Peace of Historic Polegreen Church, a beautiful open-air church. Feel the breeze and the sunlight welcome you as you enjoy the story of Rev. Samuel Davies and how he started Historic Polegreen Church, one of America's first non-Anglican churches. You'll feel his story come to life as you stand where he stood to preach sermons to members of his congregation, including Patrick Henry."

Hey there, hope you are well today. Let's chat hubby took me to see this beauty middle of  month in July 2020, during the whole "mask wearing time", so it was nice to be outdoors to enjoy some fresh breezes, just imagining what it might be likes for folks during those times during all the hot and humid times (90 degrees this week, if you have never had humidity in your weather, you are so lucky.) I just thought it was amazing how history was just there, the breezes were amazing and so calming. I found it almost odd to feel such a nice breeze, like sitting on a front porch enjoying a nice mint julep??! Or a sweet tea? 
Thanks for stopping by today. See ya next time!! Take Care, Beth ( ;

Linking Up to: "InSPIREd Sunday"


eileeninmd said…

The open air church is cool, I have never see one like this.
Thanks for sharing your visit. Take care, enjoy your day! Have a happy new week!
This N That said…
I never saw an open air church. Interesting. Would not like to have experienced it this summer. The middle of winter probably wouldn’t be great either..Have a good week. Stay safe
Ruth Hiebert said…
That is a unique building. Nothing between you and the sky.WOW!
Linda said…
So cool! I must see this if I can back down that way.
Billy Blue Eyes said…
Now that is different, the frame outline of a church. Like it
Jenn Jilks said…
That is really cool!
Ida said…
That is so unique and different.

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