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Saint Paul's United Church

349 Waverley Street
Constructed: 1914
Architect: Herbert E. Matthews

This church is an elegant example of mixed styles, combining Georgian (1780s - 1860s) and Late Gothic Revival (1890s - 1940s). The stone window surrounds are typical of the Georgian style, while the double towers, buttresses, and the geometrical tracery are all elements of the Gothic style. The building is constructed of local red brick, with Bedford limestone trim. It was here, in 1923 after two days of debate, that the Presbyterians voted to unite with the Methodists and Congregationalists to form the United Church of Canada, which was founded in 1925.

Saint Paul's United Church

 

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