Race Point Lighthouse and Keeper’s House

In 1808, residents of Provincetown petitioned the Federal Government to build a lighthouse at Race Point in Provincetown.  Sailing around Provincetown was extremely dangerous especially trying to navigate around the sand bars near Race Point.  Eight years later, in 1816, […] Continue reading

Cape Cod’s Church of the Transfiguration

The Church of the Transfiguration is a contemporary expression of an ancient fourth-century style of architecture — a heritage shared by all Christians, and its shape reflects the Community’s monastic tradition and ecumenical vision. Constructed of Minnesota limestone, it features […] Continue reading

Monomoy Point Lighthouse

Monomoy Point Light Station is located on Monomoy Point south of Chatham.  Monomoy Point was considered a treacherous area for ships because of the  dangerous shoals and the Pollock Rip, a region of unusually strong tidal currents located off the […] Continue reading