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Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church

207 Brodie Street South
Constructed: 1909
Architects: Stinson & Hood

This church is an example of the Late Gothic Revival style used from the 1890s to the 1940s, and is constructed almost entirely out of Simpson Island (Nipigon) sandstone. The cornerstone for this building was laid in 1908, and the finished church was opened in 1909. The much smaller church it replaced was moved, and is now Knox United. The Gothic elements of the architecture include the pointed arches and windows, the two towers of uneven height, crenellated parapets, and corner buttresses. The church boasts numerous stained-glass windows acquired within the last 80 years - the majority of these by the renowned glaziers Russell Goodman and Yvonne Williams.

Saint Andrew's Presbyterian Church