St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral Church

Designed by Richard Upjohn, the architect of New York City’s Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Cathedral was built in 1849 with the tower being completed in 1871. The inspiration for this Gothic Revival cathedral was drawn from 13th century churches of rural England. The interior, rebuilt by Robert W. Gibson in 1888 after a disastrous fire, has a magnificent hammer-beam roof. Above the altar in the chapel to the left of the nave is a stunning window by Tiffany Studios, “Christ on the Way to Emmaus.”