St. Uriel's Episcopal Church

Anglo-Catholic Episcopal church in Sea Girt, New Jersey

St. Uriel's Episcopal Church, also known as Church of St. Uriel the Archangel, or simply St. Uriel's, is an Episcopal church located in Sea Girt, Monmouth, New Jersey. The church adheres to the catholic and orthodox traditions of Anglicanism, that is, a follower of Anglo-Catholicism, which is similar to the High Church.[2][3]

Saint Uriel's Episcopal Church
Church of Saint Uriel the Archangel
The church in 1900–1910s
40°7′55.9″N 74°2′4.6″W / 40.132194°N 74.034611°W / 40.132194; -74.034611
LocationSea Girt, Monmouth, New Jersey
CountryUnited States
DenominationEpiscopal Church in the United States of America
DedicationUriel the Archangel
Functional statusActive
StyleQueen Anne Revival
Completedbefore 1920[1]
DioceseNew Jersey
ProvinceProvince II
Bishop(s)George Councell

It is one of three churches in the United States dedicated to Saint Uriel the Archangel, the other two being Archangel St. Uriel Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church in Elmwood Place, Ohio, and Uriel Presbyterian Church in Chester, South Carolina.

The parish banner was made by the Sisters of Bethany and dedicated at the church in 1958. Until that year, the church was the only Anglican temple dedicated to the Archangel Uriel.[4]

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  1. Bilby, Joseph G. (2008). Sea Girt, New Jersey: A Brief History. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 9781625844552.
  2. "TRADITIONAL ANGLO-CATHOLIC PARISH". Archived from the original on 22 January 2021. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  3. Rev. Alexander Santora (9 August 2016). "The traditional Mass brings worshippers to St. Uriel's". Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  4. "The Archangel Uriel". The Living Church. 137. Morehouse-Gorham Company: 32. 1958. OCLC 17345342.

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