Also known as the Jesus Church or the Saviour Church. In 1861, British sailors visited Nazareth and, failing to find a suitable church, approached the leader of the Anglican Church in England and asked him to build a church. A year later, during Easter, the Prince of Wales (the future Edward VII) visited Nazareth and donated money for the church, which was built by the Missionary Church Association and opened in 1871. The Swiss Reverend Joseph Sieller, who served his community for almost twenty years, gave much of his time to the project. The church was built in a Neo-Gothic style to a design by the Swiss architect Schtedler.