Boston citizens were unwilling to sell the Royal Governor land for a non-Puritan church, and so he chose to build King's Chapel on the town burying ground in 1688. By 1749, the building required expansion, and the congregation turned to America's first architect, Peter Harrison, to produce a church "that would be the equal of any in England." King's Chapel is a site on the Freedom Trail.

Constructed, 1688
Constructed, 1754