In the Historical register, St. Francis' Historic Church is a quintessentially New England Greek revival building. It is believed to be the oldest standing worship building in Stamford. For many years, it was the worship site for the Universalist Society. In 1946, the Episcopal Church bought the building and has been worshipping there ever since. The space is simple and peaceful. The natural light and clear windows allows one to look out on the beauty of creation, making it a special place of worship.