Join us Tuesday November 19th, 2019 for a fun trip to St. Augustine to enjoy their Nights of Lights Tour. First we arrive at the church for an interior tour before heading to the Lightner Museum. After the Lightner tour, explore the streets on your own exploring shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Then at 6:00 pm the Red Trolley Tour and Famous Nights of Lights. $79.00 Per Person
Depart New Smyrna Beach 11:00am, 11:20am Daytona, 11:40 Ormond, and 12:00pm Palm Coast. Home by 8:00pm. details emailed out 1 week prior for actual times of pick- ups and location
Enjoy a tour of the church by one of our trained docents during the week and then return on Sunday to join us in worship. Our visitors come from across the state, the nation, and the world. If you are new to St. Augustine and St. Johns County, we hope you will consider becoming a part of our community of faith, joining us in worship, witness, fellowship, and service. We would love for you to make us your cherished place of worship.
From typewriters to Tiffany, Otto Lightner’s collection of fine and decorative art from the 19th century is impressive and extensive. The Museum’s eclectic collection ranges from a mummy, shrunken heads, human hair art, cigar labels, buttons, salt and pepper shakers, to Tiffany glass, cut glass, porcelain, fine art paintings, furniture and sculpture all housed throughout the four floors of the original Alcazar Hotel.
During the Christmas holidays, the city of St. Augustine lights up and becomes a festival of twinkling white lights as it hosts its annual Nights of Lights holiday display. Visitors and long-time residents alike are treated to a wonderland of lights adorning the ancient city, beginning at the Plaza de la Constitución, with its stunning holiday tree in the center and oaks strung with lights, and stretching out to illuminate all of St. Augustine’s historic district. From roof shingle to doorway entrance, the downtown buildings take on a glow of holiday cheer, with millions of twinkling white lights covering the historic sites, bed and breakfasts, museums, restaurants and shops of the nation’s oldest city.