An Old Anglican Church. I love sitting in this old church. The smell of old wood and creeking floor is exciting.
We visited Trinity Anglican Church in St. John and enjoyed the beauty and holiness that it offered. The architecture, Sanctuary, and stained glass windows are more than a reason to visit this church..
Beautiful historic church. It's a one block walk walk from the underground pedestrain walkway, so it's pretty convenient to get to. The church was open during the day and there is no admisson fee. There weren't any tour guides at the time, but they had sheets descibing everything in the church so it wasnt a problem. We were able to... More
A quick stop but very nice to see. Actually met someone who's family where a part of the inception of the church and he gave us a short history on it... Everyone was very friendly. It's on a pretty block and easy access.
We walked the grounds and stopped in to admire this beautiful old church with stained glass and carved wood. A fellow in the parish was happy to tell us about Saint John, the parish and recommended a great pub for lunch. Glad we stopped in:)
Attended 9:00 PM Tuesday Compline with a friend. We sat in the choir seats of the chancel with the altar candles and hand-held tapers our only light and chanted from our missives unaccompanied. What a wonderful way to end a day. There were six present including the Kantor and the rector. I must say that I'd love to go back... More
If you are in Saint John and want a history lesson, a quick tour, a church service downtown, or just a view of a beautiful stone church, make your way to Trinity Anglican Church. I managed to get parking right on the road, but much of the downtown parking is metered, and it was really close enough for me to... More
Wonderful tour by a church member (no charge). Beautiful church with lots of history. including battle banners from the war of independance used by the loyalists from Saint John
The church is open most of the day. The stain glass is beautiful. If you appreciate church architecture and furnishings you will enjoy the time visiting.
This old church is gorgeous, and the history behind it is fascinating. The sexton showed me around, and pointed out flags dating back to the U.S. Revolutionary War and a coat of arms stolen from Boston by British soldiers and sent to Canada with the first loyalist settlers. For history buffs, this church is worth the very short walk from... More
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