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''[[United States]] > [[Virginia]] > [[James City County, Virginia|James City County]] > Churches''
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The following is a list of churches in James City County:
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'''[http://www.cbcministry.com/index.htm Chickahominy Baptist Church]'''
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:2900 Chickahominy Road <br> PO Box 506 <br> Toano, Virginia 23168 <br> (757) 566-8330
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[[Image:Hickory Neck Church.jpg|thumb|right|150px| Hickory Neck Church]]
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[[Image:Hickory Neck Church Sign.jpg|thumb|right|150px| Hickory Neck Church]]
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'''[http://www.hickoryneck.org/index.shtml Hickory Neck Church]'''
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:800 Richmond Road<br> Toano, Virginia 23819 <br> (757) 566-0276
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:'''Hickory Neck Church''', completed in 1738, is a registered national historic site. It was built for the Blisland Parish, named after a parish in [[Cornwall, England]] and established in 1653.<ref>[http://www.hickoryneck.org/faq/index.shtml Frequently Asked Questions] Hickory Neck Episcopal Church Website</ref> It was originally known as the Lower Church of Blisland Parish. It was used as a hospital during the revolutionary war, becoming a campground for British, French, and American troops at different times during the war.<ref>[http://www.dhr.virginia.gov/registers/Counties/JamesCity/047-0008_Hickory_Neck_Church_1973_Final_Nomination.pdf National Registry of Historic Places Inventory - Nomination Form], Virginia Department of Historic Resources</ref>
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:The Manuscripts and Rare Books Department of the Swem Library at the College of William and Mary in [[Williamsburg, Virginia]] houses a collection of historical documents pertaining to Hickory Neck Church.<ref>[http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/findingaids/1994_57_Hickory_Neck_Church.pdf Hickory Neck Church Records], Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, Swem Library, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia</ref> While the bulk of the collection consists of administrative material like meeting minutes and correspondence, it does contain membership information for the Hickory Neck Church's Women's Guild from 1933-1942 and 1953-1959.
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:A transcribed and edited copy of the Vestry Book for Blisland Parish from 1721-1786 is located at the Colonial Williamsburg [[John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library]], call number F232 .B55 B5 1999.<ref>[http://lion.wm.edu/uhtbin/cgisirsi/8yVmgb6kDo/CW_ROCK/326260008/9 John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library Catalog]</ref>
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'''[http://www.jamesriverbaptistwilliamsburg.org/templates/System/default.asp?id=30413 James River Baptist Church]'''
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:4931 Centerville Road<br> Williamsburg, Virginia 23188<br> Phone: (757) 258-0303<br> Fax: (757) 258-5270
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:The Church was established on May 19, 1903, using a church built in the mid 1800s.<ref>[http://www.jamesriverbaptistwilliamsburg.org/templates/System/details.asp?id=30413&amp;PID=227168 History of The James River Baptist Church], James River Baptist Church Website</ref>
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[[Image:Jamestown Church.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Jamestown Church]]  
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'''[http://www.preservationvirginia.org/tour/chtour.html?process=0 Jamestown Church]'''
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:'''Jamestown Church''' is a historical church on Jamestown Island in [[James City County, Virginia]]. Originally built before 1608, it has been rebuilt three times, in 1617, 1639, and finally, as it currently stands, in 1906. It was the location of the marriage between {{wpd|John Rolfe}} and {{wpd|Pocahantes}}.
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[[Image:Jamestown Presbyterian Church.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Jamestown Presbyterian Church]]
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'''[http://www.jamestownpresby.org/ Jamestown Presbyterian Church]'''
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: 3287 Ironbound Road<br> Williamsburg, VA, 23188 <br> (757) 229-5445 <br>
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:The original building, built in 1896 and deemed the "Powhatan Temple," served as a Methodist sanctuary and a school. In 1905, Baptists began to use the building as well. It was renamed "Forks Church." <br>
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:In 1920, Presbyterians began use of the Church and renamed it "Five Forks Presbyterian Church." Within the next decade, the name again changed to "Jamestown Presbyterian Church."
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'''[http://www.mtgileadbaptistchurch.org/ Mount Gilead Baptist Church]'''
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:8660 Pocahontas Trail <br> Williamsburg, Virginia 23185 <br> (757) 229-4654
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: Established in 1876, it was originally located in Magruder in [[York County, Virginia]]. In 1944, the church moved to its present location.
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'''Mount Pleasant Baptist Church''' '''New Zion Baptist Church''' '''Olive Branch Christian Church''' '''Our Saviour's Evangelical Lutheran Church''' '''Shiloh Baptist Church''' '''Smith Memorial Baptist Church''' '''Williamsburg Mennonite Church''' '''Zion Baptist Church'''
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For a map plotting all of the churches, see [http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=110625494425488034082.0004718841277dca9ea7a Google Maps: Churches in James City County, Virginia].
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