Auburn, Nova Scotia

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Auburn, Nova Scotia is located in Nova Scotia
Auburn, Nova Scotia
Auburn in Nova Scotia
St. Marys Anglican Church is a notable landmark in Auburn, Nova Scotia

Auburn is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Kings County, situated west of Aylesford. The second oldest Anglican church in Nova Scotia is situated there, consecrated in 1790 by Bishop Inglis. Modelled on Christopher Wren's London church designs, St. Marys Anglican Church is known as "The Little Wren Church".[1][2] Complete with a Palladian window over the chancel,[3] it most closely resembles St James's Church, Piccadilly.


  1. ^ St. Mary's Anglican Church website Archived November 18, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. '^ 'Berwick Register, "Old Anglican Church To Celebrate its 'Birthday'", October 7, 1948
  3. ^ Nova Scotia Museum (photo), "St. Marys Church, Auburn, NS, 1931" Archived April 2, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.

Coordinates: 45°1′3″N 64°51′47″W / 45.01750°N 64.86306°W / 45.01750; -64.86306 (Auburn, Nova Scotia)