Attractions

Epworth United Methodist Church

124 West Freemason Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 (757) 622-2970

This Richardson Romanesque church of granite and limestone was designed by Norfolk architects, Carpenter and Peebles, and built in 1896. Its bell tower features pinnacles and a Romanesque arched motif. It was given the name Epworth in honor of the English home of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church.

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