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Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark – 10×10 Iron On Heat Transfer For White Material

Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark – 10×10 Iron On Heat Transfer For White Material

  • Heat transfer is transparent and should be applied only to white or light colored material
  • Material used for heat transfer should be able to withstand high heat.
  • Not true color until transferred.
  • Application instructions included
  • Washing instructions: Do not use bleach, dry on low heat, turn inside out

Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark Iron on Heat Transfer is a great way to jazz up a plain T-shirt, pillow case or any other light color fabric. The transfer is transparent and should be applied only to white or light colored material suitable to withstand high heat. Available in 6″, 8″ and 10″. Color not true until transferred; home iron instructions included. Wash inside out using mild detergent and dry on low heat.

List Price: $ 15.99

Price: $ 11.99

Philadelphia – Old City: Christ Church Cemetery

Philadelphia – Old City: Christ Church Cemetery
Christ Church
Image by wallyg
Christ Church Burial Ground, at the southeast corner of 5th Street and Arch Street, is the final resting place of 4,000 members of the Anglican Christ Church including many Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary notables. In 1719, Christ Church purchased the two acres of land on the outskirts of town, and it has been used as an active graveyard ever since. The brick wall was first built in 1772, and later re-built in 1927 with much of the original masonry and capstone

In the early 1800s, twenty family vaults were built in the middle of the burial ground along a path from the 5th street gate. These family vaults were built to extend down 36 feet and contain up to 20 family members in each. Many of Philadelphia’s prominent families used these vaults up into the 20th century.

In 1864, the Church warden, Edward Lyon Clark compiled a book of all the inscriptions that were still visible on the fading soft marble markers. Today only 1,300 markers remain and plaques have been placed in front of some of the gravestones that contain the words that once appeared on the now blank headstones.

Among Christ Church Burial Ground’s famous residents are five signers of the Declaration of Independence–Benjamin Franklin, Joseph Hewes, Francis Hopkinson, George Ross, and Dr. Benjamin Rush; Commodore William Bainbridge, Dr. Thomas Bond, Elizabeth and Samuel Powel, Dr. Philip Syng Physick, Commodore William Bainbridge, and James Biddle.

Christ Church Burial Ground National Register #71000062

Danita Delimont – Churches – Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark – Greeting Cards-12 Greeting Cards with envelopes

Danita Delimont – Churches – Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark – Greeting Cards-12 Greeting Cards with envelopes

  • Heavy-duty card stock.
  • Gloss finish exterior
  • Matte finish interior for smudge free writing
  • Cards are creased for easy folding
  • Set of 12 greeting cards; 12 white envelopes included.

Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark Greeting Card is a great way to say “thank you” or to acknowledge any occasion. These blank cards are made of heavy-duty card stock with a gloss exterior and a matte interior for smudge free writing. Cards are creased for easy folding and come with white envelopes. Available in sets of 6 and 12.

List Price: $ 19.95

Price: $ 15.95

37f Christ Church Philadelphia – Pulpit – NRHP-70000553 (E)

37f Christ Church Philadelphia – Pulpit – NRHP-70000553 (E)
Church pulpits
Image by Kansas Sebastian
National Register of Historic Places, NRHP-70000553
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Christ Church, 1727 – 1744
22-28 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA

Christ Church is an Episcopal church located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1695 by members of the Church of England, who built a small wooden church on the site by the next year. When the congregation outgrew this structure some twenty years later, they decided to erect a new church, the most sumptuous in the colonies. The main body of the church was constructed between 1727 and 1744, and the steeple was added in 1754, making it the tallest building in North America, at 60 meters.[2] Christ Church is considered one of the nation’s most beautiful surviving 18th-century structures, a monument to colonial craftsmanship and a handsome example of Georgian architecture. It features a symmetrical, classical fa├žade with arched windows and a simple yet elegant interior with fluted columns and wooden pews. The baptismal font in which William Penn was baptized is still in use at Christ Church; it was sent to Philadelphia in 1697 from All Hallows by the Tower in London.

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christ_Church_(Philadelphia)

Danita Delimont – Churches – Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark – Tile Pen Holders-5 inch tile pen holder

Danita Delimont – Churches – Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark – Tile Pen Holders-5 inch tile pen holder

  • Dimensions: 5″ L x 5″ W x 5 1 2/3″ H
  • Includes one 4.25″ x 4.25″ high gloss ceramic tile
  • Made out of solid wood
  • 3 holes for utensils
  • Image on one side

Church of the Holy Trinity Episcopal, Philadelphia – US39 ECL0003 – Ellen Clark Tile Pen Holder is great on a desk or counter top. Made of high quality solid wood with a satin finish. Image displayed on one inset high gloss 4.25″ x 4.25″ ceramic tile. Overall size is 5″ x 5″ x 1 2/3″ with 3- 1 1/3″ top holes.

List Price: $ 38.99

Price: $ 34.99

Christ Church, Philadelphia

Christ Church, Philadelphia
Christ Church
Image by Frank DeFreitas
c. 1950’s Welcome to Christ Church in Philadelphia.

This Church’s message to you:

The men who founded America were convinced that God creates men equal and means them to be free.

They proclaimed this belief in the Declaration of Independence, established it by a Revolution, and protected it with a Constitution.

Surely, these men were Divinely inspired and guided!

The members of the Continental Congress, who produced the Declaration of Independence, George Washington, who led the Revolution and became first President, the members of the Constitutional Convention — these all worshipped God in CHRIST CHURCH in Philadelphia.

This Church reminds us that our nation is founded on religion — that freedom comes from God!

All Americans — of every faith — should visit this Church and renew their common faith in God and their country.

Come to Christ Church. Worship the God who creates us equal and means us to stay free.