St. Mary’s By The Sea

A charming summer chapel in Fenwick is emblematic of the many Fenwick structures built in the late 1800s.  It was a peaceful, neutral refuge during a turn-of-the-century period of social rivalries and a family feud.  Used only two months out of the year for Sunday services, it endures today in its original character.

Read more about St. Mary’s-by-the-Sea, the Pope of Fenwick, a family feud, and the Medieval-style wood carvings embellishing the chapel.