Walking through history into the future with Christ
We welcome all into a
Christ-centered community that nurtures and values each member.
We practice our faith through biblically-based liturgy, preaching and music.
We teach young and old about God through our Anglican tradition.
We reach out through our talents and resources to our visitors, our community and our world.
Our Location
Our Location
Bruton Parish Church
Bruton Parish Church is located on Duke of Gloucester between Nassau Street and Palace Green Street in the heart of the Colonial Williamsburg restored area.  Please note that public restrooms are not available in the Church. They are available in the Parish House 1-1/2 blocks west of the church and at the Colonial Williamsburg ticket office across from the Parish House.
Our mailing address is:                   The Parish House mailing address (drop shipped packages): 
Bruton Parish Church                          Bruton Parish Church - Parish House
P.O. Box 3520                                    331 Duke of Gloucester Street
Williamsburg, VA 23187-3520             Williamsburg, VA  23185
Phone: 757-229-2891
The church's physical address is:
Bruton Parish Church
201 Duke of Gloucester Street
Williamsburg, VA  23185
See our Location Map of the Church, Parish House and The Bruton Shop
Parking is permitted on Duke of Gloucester in front of the church on Sundays and for weddings, funerals, concerts, the Wednesday Eucharist and Healing Service, and other special occasions. We ask that the parking spaces close to the front or side of the Church be saved for those who are handicapped or those who have difficulty with walking a distance. 
The Bruton Parish House and The Bruton Parish Shop
The Parish House and The Bruton Parish Shop are located one block west of the Church at 331 Duke of Gloucester, between Henry Street and Nassau Street. They are next door to Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Parking on Duke of Gloucester in front of the Parish House is only permitted when attending functions at the Parish House.  Otherwise, parking is available behind the Parish House and the bookstore in the public parking lot on Prince George Street. 
Last Published: August 7, 2012 4:31 PM