The timing of taking this featured photo was perfect. Just as the people were dismissed at the St. John’s Church on Harbor Island in the Bahamas I happened to be passing by.
There are several churches on Harbor Island. This particular one is in Dunmore Town. According to the sign it was established in 1768. That makes this church darn near two hundred and fifty years old as of 2017.
The pics below show what this holy place looks like from the side, from the road, near the bell tower and on the inside.
Images of Saint John’s Anglican Church Bahamas
Inside of Saint John’s Anglican Church on Harbor Island there are beautiful stained glass windows, each one having its own theme. The window on the far right, behind the drum set, shows Jesus being crucified. The one next to it depicts Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane. There are sixteen stained glass windows in the church.
Harbor Island Catholic Church
There’s also a catholic church on Harbor Island (see picture below) that was established in 1921. It’s called the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. The sign out front says “Archdiocese of Nassau, Bahamas”. I guess that means the archbishop of Nassau, Bahamas is responsible for this church? I took a lot of pictures of this building because it was so eye catching.
Harbor Island Methodist Church
Somewhere around a few corners is the Wesley Methodist Church seen in the images below. This church was defiantly under construction. Form the appearance of the sign out front this Methodist church was established in 1843.