Category: Churches

Nobleton Catholic Church

The information on this church is that following the famine of 1847, numerous Irish settlers left their homeland in hopes of a better life in Canada. Upon settling in the area of Nobleton, they built a Catholic church on a parcel of land donated to them. The church was formally opened on September 23, 1855….


Gandier United Church

Construction on the Gandier United Church started in 1916. Services were stopped in 2008. Today the church is largely gutted and there’s little left behind to suggest it’s original purpose. The church is located north of Grand Valley, Ontario.


1950’s Church

This church was built during the 1950’s.  


Abandoned Baptist Church in Hamilton, Ontario

I could find very little information on this church except that it was built in 1924 in Gothic revival style. The church closed around 2008 and has sat idle ever since. The church replaced an earlier church built in the 1900’s in the same city.The church was used for community events including Alcoholic’s Anonymous meetings….


Church of the Apostles – Toronto

In the 1930s, the area of Sheppherd Avenue West in Toronto was a quiet country area rather than urban sprawl. In 1936, a small building was built by community men to be used as a place of gathering as a church. The church was built mainly with second hand material. The churche’s name is believed…


Salvation Army Citadel Brantford

The site of the Salvation Army Citadel in Brantford was used for ice skating until 1954. At that time the Salvation Army built their church with a corner stone dated March 27, 1954. The building was used by the Brantford Academy of Arts as a dance recital hall for children during the building’s final days….


Grace Anglican Church in Perth

The Grace Anglican Church was built in July of 1905. The church replaced the original building which was constructed in 1862, at a cost of $1,500.The church was last used approximately by the Mennonites. The cemetery, located at 6995 Freeborn Street is still owned by the Anglican Church.The church is slowly being dismantled as Sittler…


Jubilee Methodist Church

This old church is located on the Oneida Reserve along a busy highway. There’s a small cemetery beside the church.The church doors are usually locked. If you can find your way inside though, you’ll find the interior to be in an advanced state of decay. The piano sinks a little further into the rotting floor…


Abandoned 1844 Anglican Church Ontario

This lovely church was built in 1844. It’s one of those churches that occasionally sees the doors being left unlocked out of trust. Unfortunately we know that not everyone shares the same sense of decency when it comes to unlocked churches. The guestbook’s last entry was 2013.


Abandoned Saint-Bernadin de-Sienne Church

Saint-Bernadin de-Sienne Church is located at 7979 8e Avenue in Montreal, Quebec.  It was built around 1955 as part of a post-Second World War movement to expand the Catholic Church’s reach into Montreal communities. Due to declining congregation it closed in 2013. It was struck by arson on January 27, 2019 requiring 150 firefighters to…