The Other Church by bkbinthecity

The Other Church

So this the second church that was in my picture from the other day. This church was built as a French Catholic Church in 1903 at a cost of $10,000.
It was built with bricks but at some point was covered in stucco.
Of interest is the fact that Hollywood actor and singer Robert Goulet was baptized here in the 1950's and trained in the church choir.
In 2001 A Vietnamese congregation began holding services here. Today it is used by the Reformed Church of Canada.
Another lovely building with a beautiful steeple.
January 14th, 2020  
a lovely selection. Robert Goulet eh, remember him in Camelot!
January 14th, 2020  
Lovely steeple & great to know it is still being used.
January 14th, 2020  
Wonderful capture of this church's architectural details and great history
January 14th, 2020  
Lovely shot and beautiful steeple.
January 14th, 2020  
I love church buildings, a beautiful photo.
January 14th, 2020  
Nice building
January 14th, 2020  
Looks like a lovely, intimate place of worship
January 14th, 2020  
Such a beautiful piece of architecture
January 14th, 2020  
Beautiful building with neat lines. And so very well kept, too.
January 14th, 2020  
It’s a beautiful church, glad it is still being used.
January 14th, 2020  
Very pretty looking church.
January 14th, 2020  
bep
Very nice building.
January 14th, 2020  
Lovely building and architecture
January 14th, 2020  
Nicely captured.
January 14th, 2020  
Thanks for sharing the cool history!
January 14th, 2020  
A pretty church! Great capture.
January 14th, 2020  
I imagine that was a very considerable amount of money back in the day!
January 14th, 2020  
Lovely church and I like your historical comment
January 14th, 2020  
Another lovely building.
January 14th, 2020  
Lovely building!
January 14th, 2020  
Lovely church!
January 14th, 2020  
Such a pretty little church
January 14th, 2020  
Great shot
January 14th, 2020  
Another nice shot of an interesting and attractive church!

Ian
January 14th, 2020  
Pretty church- with a lot of history! I'm glad the history continues.
January 14th, 2020  
A classic style and nice capture of the high spires. Robert Goulet - didn't I like him when I was younger!
January 14th, 2020  
Fascinating how it kept changing but always used as a church.
January 15th, 2020  
Another lovely historic church. I'm so glad the buildings are still in use as churches, even if the denominations are different.
January 15th, 2020  
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@momamo Monique l have not been inside but it is very nice outside
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@sangwann Yes Dione it certainly has been looked after
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