St Mark’s Anglican Church


St Mark’s Anglican Church, on the south side of Cecil Charlton Park, was established in 1816. There’s a lot of gothic accents, which makes it stand out from other Jamaican churches built around the same period. The building still functions as the parish church for Manchester.

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