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St Jude's was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1993 for its important arts and crafts, decorative painted interior.   The church was built in 1871 with the decoration mostly from the 1930s.


St James' Anglican, cathedral of the Diocese of Toronto from the diocese's founding in 1839.   Cathedrals of the Dioceses of Algoma, Huron, Keewatin, Moosonee, Niagara, Ontario and Ottawa.

The first Bishop of Toronto, John Strachan was 21 when he came to Kingston, Upper Canada to establish a College.   His first ministerial charge was at Cornwall where he also started the Cornwall Grammar School.

Grace Anglican Church is one of those beautiful gems of Huron Diocese, tucked away on a side street in downtown Brantford. The first frame building was erected in 1832, and by 1856, the cornerstone had been laid for the present building.

Established in 1860, St Thomas Anglican Church became a founding church of the three-point Parish of the Holy Spirit in 2003.   The congregation worship in one of the finest wooden church buildings in Ontario.

Biographical sketches of the bishops of this southwestern Ontario diocese from its founding in 1857 and its first bishop, Benjamin Cronyn, to the present. Links to sketches of the Bishops of the other 29 dioceses in the Anglican Church of Canada.

St. Mark's constructed in 1965 is a tall A-frame structure with a very high roof and with interior walls and furnishings fashioned from Canadian maple that provides a beautiful warm worship-space which is utilized to the full with a variety of services.

Cambridge in southwestern Ontario has 6 Anglican Churches.   Trinity Anglican is the oldest stone church in Waterloo Region, which was consecrated in October 1844 by Bishop John Strachan of Toronto.

Holy Trinity, Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan is one of twenty-five Anglican Churches designated a National Historic Site.   This early Anglican Gothic Revival mission church, built 1852-56, is the oldest building in Saskatchewan.

The town and the Anglican Church date from the construction of the railway in 1859 with the first meetings of the congregation held in the new railway station in 1860. Now a 3-point parish with Thedford and Kettle Point.

The amalgamation of five Anglican Churches in Bruce County, Ontario - St. Luke's, Pine River; St. Matthew's, Kingarf; Messiah, Kincardine; Ascension, Kinlough; and St. Thomas', Walkerton - has created an extended family of worship.

St. Paul's Church was the gift in 1868 of the General Manager of the Grand Trunk Railway. The church is the home of numerous items associated with marine life on the Great Lakes and artifacts of the railway in Point Edward.

Constructed in 1835, Trinity Anglican is an Ontario Heritage Building. It is an active church in a 3-point charge with St. Luke's Church, Vienna, Ontario and Trinity Church, Aylmer, Ontario.

Arthur Custance gives an example of the kindness of God that involved a reproduction of a John Constable painting of Salisbury Cathedral. It is from One Man's Answers to Prayer, published in 1972, about Dr. Custance's personal experience with prayer.

Second missionary of Upper Canada, a Welshman, educated at St. Bees, arrived at Kingston on the last day of Sept 1778.   He was appointed Missionary on the Bay of Quinte where he served until 1813.
 
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