Places of Worship

St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church

Anguilla / Americas

St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church was built in 1966, after the previous chapel, built-in 1948, was destroyed by the 1961 hurricane.  St Gerard’s has a unique facade of pebbles, stones, timber and tiles, open-air side walls and a ceiling shaped like the hull of a ship.  It is now used for events such as weddings, but guided tours are run by the National Trust of Anguilla.  The larger adjacent church, built-in 2008 in a similar style, is now Anguilla’s main place of Catholic worship.

Masses are held at St Gerard’s on Tuesday at 6.15 pm (English), Wednesday – Friday: 7:30 am (English), Saturday: 6 pm (English), & Sunday: 9 am (English)

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