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St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
Nearest city: Innis, Louisiana
Coordinates: 30°53′52″N 91°40′9″W / 30.89778°N 91.66917°W / 30.89778; -91.66917Coordinates: 30°53′52″N 91°40′9″W / 30.89778°N 91.66917°W / 30.89778; -91.66917
Built/Founded: 1848
Architect: Wills, J.A.
Architectural style(s): Gothic Revival
Governing body: Private
Added to NRHP: April 24, 1974
NRHP Reference#: 74000939[1]

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is located near Innis, Louisiana, United States, at 9795 Louisiana Highway 418. The church was built in 1848, and was consecrated by Bishop Leonidas Polk. It is the oldest brick edifice in Pointe Coupee Parish. Some past communicants include Major General John Archer Lejeune and Dr. Tichenor (of antiseptic fame)[2]. It is also home to a cemetery that features a monument to a Confederate Unknown Soldier, that was erected in 1901[3]. This church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 24, 1974.

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is an active parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana.[4] The Rev. George Kontos is the current priest-in-charge.[5]


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