NYC's 'Little Church That Stood' plans 250th anniversary

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Manhattan's oldest church is getting ready to celebrate its 250-year history, which includes worshippers ranging from George Washington to those who searched for victims following the Sept. 11 attacks.

St. Paul's Chapel in Lower Manhattan is best known today as the "Little Church that Stood," having survived unscathed as the World Trade Center towers came down across the street.

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