The church was established in 1864 to serve the needs of the vast British populace on the island that time. The building where the church is currently housed is a light coloured stone building that was once used as the Ionian Parliament. It was donated by the Greek government to the Church in 1869. The bombings of the World War II caused damages to the building but it was restored and reopened in 1971. The interior decoration is austere and the walls are painted in blue and white tones. Nowadays, the Anglican church has a very active role in the local community, as it frequently organizes craft groups, bible studies, meetings of the pilgrimages and public conversations.
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