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When visiting this church as part of a tour group, i opened the door when I heard someone rattling the latch. The gentleman standing outside asked sternly, “Who are you?” When I explained I was part of a tour group there was no welcome, no...More
This church is the second oldest Anglican church in North America.
In 2002 it almost burned to the ground on Halloween. Luckily enough was saved that it could be rebuilt with some of the same stained glass windows and decorative of the original.
While we visited, an organist was playing "We Gather Together to Ask the Lord's Blessings." The lovely sound permeated the church as we studied the constellations of stars depicted as they would have been seen by sailors hundreds of years ago. A historian told us...More
St. John's is our favorite venue during the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival. The expert craftsmanship of the Lunenburg builders shines here. The church suffered a huge fire in 2001 and has been meticulously restored. The interior is constructed of rich, dark carved wood. The ceiling...More