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St. Paul's Episcopal Church is one of only two existing Elizabethan Revival Churches in the County. Built in 1887 in downtown San Diego at the southwest corner of 8th and C by Wilcox & Johnson of St. Paul Minnesota, the church held its first services April 10, 1887. In 1948 it was moved to San Diego State and in 1978 it was moved to its current location at the southwest corner of Palm and Hardy in Lemon Grove; it is now St. Phillip's Episcopal church.



Historic photo courtesy Coons collection; current photo by Bruce Coons

2005 - Volume 36, Issue 1

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