Saint James Episcopal Church in New London is an amazing building--even if you do not plan to have your wedding here, I still recommend you visit it for its historical and artistic significance. The church has more Tiffany stained glass windows than any other building north of the Mason-Dixon line. It is also the site of the first American bishop, Samuel Seabury. It has the old dark wood floor boards and pews (with the doors on the pews). It can hold a lot of people or just a few and still feel intimate. They also have a much smaller chapel located beneath the church. I am a parishioner here, but I know they also do weddings for non-parishioners, so if you like the look of a gazillion Tiffany stained glass windows and a dark wood, old-world style church, then I would suggest you inquire.
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