An official Path Through History Site! The Georgian-style stone church was begun in 1763 and completed in1805. Located in the "neutral ground" between British and American lines, the building served throughout the Revolutionary war as a hospital, supply depot, and barracks for both armies. The church`s interior with high box pews looks much as it did in the 18th century. Its original bell, cast at the same London foundry as the Liberty Bell, still peals occasionally, while the 19th-century organ is regularly played at recitals. Interpretive and self guided tours. Costumed reenactments. January - June, Monday to Friday, 9 to 5. Also during those months, the second Saturday of each month, noon to 4 PM. July - December, Tuesday to Saturday, 9 to 5, with special programs every Saturday at 1 PM.