Oldest Catholic Church in St. Augustine, built in 1797. Mission-style architecture, St. Augustine statue, murals, windows, and tours. Visit thefirstparish.org/virtual-tour.
Ancient Spanish monastery moved to Florida, converted into Episcopal church. Holds services, weddings, tours, classes, concerts, and events.
Jacksonville Catholic church rebuilt twice, designated basilica in 2013. First destroyed by Civil War, second by Great Fire of 1901. Reopened in 1910, listed on National Register in 1992.
Tallahassee church started in 1837, rebuilt after fire in 1879. Red brick Gothic Revival style, added renovations including education building, hall, garden, chapel, and wing.
Miami's oldest church, Trinity Episcopal, built in 1896. Stone cathedral completed in 1925 with Mediterranean-style architecture. Jubilee Altar includes stones from historic places.
Grace United: Spanish Renaissance structure with concrete walls, terracotta roofing. Funded by Flager, exchanged for Olivet Methodist land.
Oldest Miami Catholic congregation, Gesù Church founded in 1896. New building in 1922, neo-classical style, arabesque towers, Gothic windows.
St. Andrew’s, built in 1887, survived Great Fire of 1901. Closed in 1960, restored by Jacksonville Historical Society in 90s. Striking 19th-century architecture.