Old Christ Church

405 S Adams St, Pensacola, FL 32502

Completed in 1832, Old Christ Church is one of the oldest surviving church buildings in Florida, serving the Pensacola community as an Episcopal Church, public library and museum. The building was also occupied by federal troops during the Civil War. Today, it is a popular stop on the guided tour and continues to serve the public as a museum, special events venue and meeting hall as well as hosting weddings.

Tour Schedule

Old Christ Church is a stop on the Historic House Tour Tuesday through Saturday at 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The Historic House Tour goes through the Lavalle House, Old Christ Church, the Dorr House, and the Lavalle House. *Guided tours may be cancelled depending on staffing and/or events.

Zaragoza Street Work:

The City of Pensacola will begin improvements to the sidewalks and roadway on Zaragoza Street with intermittent road closures in Historic Pensacola Village starting Monday, July 8. 

The construction, which aims to enhance the safety and accessibility of Zaragoza Street, will include a raised pedestrian crossing at the Tivoli High House, curb extensions along the south side of the street, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant sidewalks, and bollard installation at both ends of Zaragoza Street. Visitors may be impacted due to construction noise and intermittent sidewalk and street closures. Traffic will be detoured and guided as needed. The project is expected to be completed in October, weather permitting. 

Rental Information

Visit the Events at Old Christ Church page for more information on booking the church for your next event!


Old Christ Church sits poised on Seville Square, serving as a beacon for downtown’s historic districts and as an anchor for Historic Pensacola Village.  The white façade protects an interior rehabilitated by a concerned community, and the history of the building speaks to visitors the moment they walk in the door.  While today’s visitors may marvel at the quaint beauty of the church, the sight they see has been many years in the making. 

Old Christ Church was built in 1832 for the “Protestant Association in the City of Pensacola” with the purpose to build an Episcopal church in Pensacola.  The architect and builder are unknown. The church now stands as one of the oldest Protestant churches in the state of Florida, located on the original site and being the original masonry structure. Old Christ Church has strong elements of Norman-Gothic: a transition period from the traditional Roman-Classical architectural style to Gothic style.