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It is a very striking church from the out side. Unfortunately, we tried the bell at the door in the rear, but were unable to get a response. Too bad, the interior pictures others have posted look like it is very nice.
If you visit Saint John you have to visit this historical church where the Loyalists worshiped. The old flags are a testament to the age of the church. Many of them are torn and tattered. There is also a bust of Queen Victoria near the...More
Lovely church perched high on a hill. Gothic lines, built in 1789. Great photographic opportunities with the red exterior doors. The interior is lovely. Carved dark wood, beautiful alter, great stain glass works of art, with light pouring into the building through the high vault....More
Trinity church was built by united empire loyalists long ago. It is humbling to consider that they built such a marvellous edifice while carving out homes and livings in a new land. It is not always open so you might wish to check (email or...More
Attended my brother's renewal of vows on his 50th. Very beautiful church building large and spacious a bit on the chilly side. Reception held in a small ante room no quite large enough for the occasion. Historical building worth a visit