The Diocese of North Carolina is home to a diverse collection of historic properties, some dating back to the Colonial era. The Commission on Historic Properties is "responsible for oversight of historic churches, cemeteries, and other historic diocesan properties other than those facilities which are occupied, used and/or maintained by parishes and missions in union with the Convention. The Commission shall promote and encourage historic preservation."
Learn more about the work of the local preserved historic church committees, or contact Claude Snow, chair of the commission, with questions.
Living historic church application
Preserved historic churches in the Diocese
Living historic churches in the Diocese
Historic cemeteries in the Diocese
North Carolina churches on National Register of Historic Places
Guidelines for preserved historic churches