Before Hurricane Katrina - 15 July 2005

After Hurricane Katrina - 2 September 2005

~CLICK HERE to see a larger view of this aerial photo.~
Photo copyright/Duke University/with permission.

~Approximate height of the storm surge. It was estimated at 35 feet.~

~Memorial Gardens before Hurricane Katrina.~

~Memorial Gardens after Hurricane Katrina.~

~What is left of the bell tower. We found the Episcopal flag in the little debris that was there.~

~Christ Church's Rectory~

~This was part of a coach house that was on church property from the turn of the century. It was found near the railroad tracks, over a half a mile away.

For website comments, or questions please contact:
Kimberly King

Christ Episcopal Church
912 South Beach Blvd.
P.O. Box 2189
Bay St. Louis, MS

Church Office:

PLEASE NOTE: This website is maintained in memory of Christ Episcopal Church
as it was BEFORE and shortly AFTER Hurricane Katrina.
The church today, 2015, has a different website.
This one is informational only!

Christ Episcopal Church was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, August 29, 2005.
The entire material side of the church and surrounding buildings were destroyed by the storm. Nothing was left standing except the bell tower.

CLICK HERE for UPDATES and NEWS concerning the church. This website is online for archive purposes only.

You may email Laura Evans, parish secretary.

You may also contact Kimberly King, with website questions or comments, at the email address below. Please note that I, Kimberly,
am no longer living in Waveland. This website is maintained as an archive reference only back to when Katrina
struck and as a rememberance of the church before Katrina. Church address:

Christ Episcopal Church
P.O. Box 2189
Bay St. Louis, MS 39521-2189

Kimberly King
Website Editor


Gwen Hogan Wheat, recently deceased on 27 February 2010.
She was a Vestry member and her husband actually built the original church which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
We all love her and will miss her dearly.

Christ Episcopal Links:

Christ Episcopal Church; Bay St. Louis, MS Christ Episcopal Church; Bay St. Louis, MS

A Personal View Hurricane Katrina Damage

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