Stowe is the epitome of a pristine Vermont ski town settled in at the base of Mount Mansfield. The surrounding Green Mountains set the winter wonderland background for a postcard-perfect holiday trip to the quaint New England village.
This typical New England colonial-style church building was built in 1818 in the heart of Stowe and is one of the first non-denominational churches in the U.S. At 175 feet, the steeple is the tallest in Vermont.
Add this wintery church to your holiday decor by setting it on a mantle, tabletop, windowsill, bookshelf, or the trim above a window or doorway.
Look closely, and you'll find Casper, our black cat mascot, snuggled into a snowdrift waiting for the church door to open so he can go hunting for church mice!