I was impressed by the number of old churches still in use in Atlantic Canada. Many of the same type of church buildings on the prairies have been replaced with a newer, updated style of church.
St. John Presbyterian Church with its beautifully kept grounds.
Above, St. Andrews Church, with its boarded up bell tower, and below, a war memorial and the adjacent graveyard.
St. John the Evangelist Church.
St. James Catholic Church.
A Lunenburg church.
I wasn’t able to identify these last two churches. We saw many more, but I would have had to trespass on private property to get the shot, so needless to say, those churches were left undocumented.
One last photo for this post: a church converted into a thrift shop. Unfortunately it was closed when we passed by.