Saint Paul’s sits at the top of Chestnut Hill, the highest point in the city of Philadelphia. Its neo-Gothic church building was begun in 1928 and completed three years later.
In addition to the main church the campus includes a parish house; a classroom wing; a rectory; Dixon House, which currently houses the parish offices; and Cooke Park, a small plot of land across Bethlehem Pike from the church’s main driveway.
Our campus reflects the beauty of every season. You can begin a photo tour of the grounds and buildings by clicking here. Other sections include a look at our stained glass windows and the history and specifications of our magnificent Aeolian-Skinner organ.
An important part of our property ministry is our sustainability efforts. To see what we’re doing to promote sustainability on our campus and in our lives, please visit our Sustainability Web Page. We also have a photo galley to show projects on our campus that support this effort. You can view it at the following link, which will open up in a new browser window: Sustainability project gallery (Webshots)
Campus Photo Tour