Monica and I took a walk this morning around the Saint John uptown area. As luck would have it, we found the doors open to St. John’s (Stone Church) at the top of Germain Street. Build in 1824, it is one of the oldest Anglican churches in Canada and is so named for the gothic stone tracery. Inside is filled with stunningly beautiful stained glass on two levels; angels in the upper level windows and biblical stories in the lower level windows.
Here is the photo gallery of Stone Church (Taken with my phone camera so there is a bit of wash-out in some shots).
2 replies on “Stone Church in Saint John”
I think that this is the 3rd church in Saint John where you have found a treasure trove of stained class. Just a reminder, sometimes we travel the world to find beauty; then discover it is as delicious in our own backyard! Love the photos.
You are so right Marg. We have wonderful treasures right here at home.