Category Archives: church

Nova Scotia Church – Lawrencetown

Another deconsecrated and empty church – this one in Lawrencetown in the Annapolis Valley. St. Andrew’s Anglican Church is a registered Municipal Heritage Property in the Municipality of Annapolis County, officially registered, August 18th, 1992.

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Church Grove Cemetery Church

A reflective moment at the Church Grove Cemetery Church, Melvern Square

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Lawrencetown United Church

Lawrencetown United Church – one of the churches of Nova Scotia

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Lawrencetown United Baptist Church

Lawrencetown United Baptist Church – one of the churches of Nova Scotia

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Church Grove Cemetery Company

In 1851, Rev. Robert Stewart came from Ireland to the community of Wilmot and Melvern Square, preaching in the local schoolhouse. In 1853-54 the Covenanter Congregation was officially organized and David Cruikshanks and Daniel Morrison were named elders. The church … Continue reading

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Melvern Square United Baptist Church

Melvern Square United Baptist Church – Stronach Mountain Road

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The churches of Nova Scotia

Clarence United Baptist Church – one of the churches of Nova Scotia

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Harbourville United Church

Harbourville United Church – home to the North Mountain United Tapestry In 1857 John Lathcrn. a ‘second man’ to the Methodist pastor in the Cornwallis district, developed an interest in the Fundy Shore. Three years later the church in Harbourville … Continue reading

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St. John’s Anglican Church – Port Williams

St. John’s Anglican Church St. John’s Anglican Church was built between 1804 and 1812. The building was designated as a Nova Scotia heritage place on 10 March 1987.

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St. John Evangelist Anglican Church

The back entrance and a view of Crooked Channel St. John Evangelist Anglican Church is a small Victorian Gothic Revival building located on Bell Island in the LaHave Islands, on a hill overlooking Crooked Channel. The church was built and … Continue reading

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