“manifesting our faith through a love for god”
Church of the Most Holy Trinity, formally organized in 1810, is a monument to one of Georgia's earliest Catholic communities. The current building, constructed from 1857-1863, is the oldest surviving Catholic Church building in Georgia. The history of this community and its contributions both to Augusta's development and Georgia history are reflected in the building records of the present structure which was consecrated at the height of the Civil War. With the tower and some embellishments added in the late 19th and 20th centuries, the building is an impressive example of Romanesque Revival in 19th century church architecture. The Church of the Most Holy Trinity is a Catholic community of believers, spiritually nourished by Sacred Scripture and Tradition, and committed to Christian service and unity. We manifest our faith through stewardship, love of God's children, who are visible in cultural and ethnic diversity, and our practice of justice in the human family.
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