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St. John's Anglican Church

Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia
Halifax Regional Municipality
Municipally Registered Property
ID No. 23MNS0008

Listed: 2/22/1993[1]
St. John's, Peggy's Cove
( St. Peter's Parish }
PeggysCoveFromFlight111Memorial.jpg
Prggy's Cove 2006
General information
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic
Town or city Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia
Country Canada
Construction started 1893
Completed 1894
Technical details
Structural system one-storey wood frame
Design and construction
Architect unknown

St. John's Anglican Church is an historic Carpenter Gothic style Anglican church building located at 8 Church Road in Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada. Built in 1893-1894 of wood, its steep pitched roof, board and batten siding and lancet windows are typical of Carpenter Gothic churches. St. John's is the only church in Peggy's Cove.[2] St. John's is part of St. Peter's Parish in the Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The current rector of the parish is the Rev. Irving Letto.[3]

St. John's is part of St. Peter's Parish in the Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The current rector of the parish is the Rev. Irving Letto.[4]

St. John's is a municipally registered heritage site as designated by the Halifax Regional Municipality on February 22, 1993. The designation encompasses both the church building and the land on which it is located.[5]

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[[:Category:Anglican churches in Canada] [[:Category:Carpenter Gothic churches in Canada] [[:Category:Churches in Nova Scotia] [[:Category:Heritage sites in Canada] [[:Category:Halifax Regional Municipality]

Lead 4=[edit]

^ [http://www.stjohnslunenburg.org/sjh.html

John%27%27s+Anglican+Church&oqfName=%C9glise+anglicane+St%2E+John Parks Canada - National designation]

Lead 8[edit]

8A DONE St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Calgary, Alberta)[edit]

8B DONE Holy Trinity Anglican Church[edit]

8C DONE St. Thomas Anglican Church (Shanty Bay, Ontario)[edit]

8D DONE Rydal Bank Church[edit]

Lead 9 DONE All Saints Anglican Church (English Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador)[edit]

Lead 10[edit]

10A DONE All Saints Anglican Church (Duck Lake, Saskatchewan)[edit]

  • All Saints Anglican Church
  • 7th Street E, Duck Lake, Saskatchewan

10B DONE All Saints Anglican Church (Teulon, Manitoba)[edit]

10C DONE Beth Israel Synagogue[edit]

Lead 11, Manitoba[edit]


48 Centennial Drive, Franklin, Manitoba

All Saints Anglican Church
General information
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic
Town or city Dominion City, Manitoba
Country Canada
Construction started 1879
Completed 1879
Technical details
Structural system one-storey wood frame
Design and construction
Architect unknown

The former All Saints Anglican Church is an historic Carpenter Gothic style Anglican church building located at 48 Centennial Drivein Dominion City, in the rural municipality of Franklin, Manitoba, Canada. Built in 1879 as a Episcopal Methodist church with a steep pitched roof and lancet windows, it was a very modest example of Carpenter Gothic church style. In 1908, it was bought by the Anglican Parish of Dominion City which moved it to its present location and expanded to include the more elaborate details typical of Carpenter Gothic style Anglican churches..[6]

All Saints is a municipal heritage site as designated by the rural municipality of Franklin on June 8, 1993. It is now the Franklin Museum.[7]

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Lead 13 DONE Church of Our Lady of Good Hope[edit]

Lead 15 Holy Trinity Anglican Church (Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan)[edit]

Lead 16 DONE Holy Trinity Church (Juneau, Alaska)[edit]

Lead 17 DONE BY ANOTHER St. Barnabas Episcopal Church (Snow Hill, North Carolina)[edit]

Lead 18 St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Neligh, Nebraska)[edit]

Lead 19[edit]


Retrieved from "http://data.greatbuildings.com/wiki/St._Peter%27s_Episcopal_Church"


Lead 20 DONE St. Thomas' Anglican Church (Moose Factory, Ontario)[edit]

Lead 21 DONE St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Virginia City, Nevada)[edit]

Lead 22 Trinity Episcopal Church (Mackinac Island, Michigan)[edit]

472 Fort Street, Mackinac Island, MI 49757

Lead 23 DONE St. George's Anglican Church (Parrsboro, Nova Scotia)[edit]

  • St. George's Anglican Church

216 Main Street, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia

St. George's Anglican Church

Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
Municipally Registered Property
ID No. 14MNS0112

Listed: 9/28/1987[8]
St. George's Anglican Church
General information
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic
Town or city 216 Main Street, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
Country Canada
Completed ca. 1865
Technical details
Structural system one-storey wood frame
Design and construction
Architect Thomas R. Corbett, builder

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Lead 24 DONE Harmony School, School District No. 53[edit]

Lead 25[edit]

A DONE St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Ridgeway, South Carolina)[edit]

B DONE St. Boniface Church (Sublimity, Oregon)[edit]

Lead 26[edit]

All Saints Anglican Church All Saints Anglican Church (McKeens Corner, New Brunswick)

  • Parish of Bright: The Rev'd Canon John Sharpe e-mail, Interim Priest-in-Charge; The Rev'd Deacon Debra Edmondson, (vocational) Deacon
  • [[Category:Buildings and structures in York County, New Brunswick]
  • [[Category:Anglican churches in New Brunswick]
  • [[Category:Carpenter Gothic churches in Canada]
  • Keswick Ridge, New Brunswick

Lead 27 DONE St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Asheville, North Carolina)[edit]

DONE: Lead 28: Oak Hill (Calvert City, Kentucky)[edit]


DONE: Lead 29: Alden, Babcock, Calvert Apartments[edit]

DONE: Lead 30: Calvert Historic District[edit]

DONE: Lead 31: Calvert Mill/Washington Mill[edit]

Lead 32: DONE St. Peter's Chapel[edit]

DONE: Lead 33: DONE Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church (Solomons, Maryland)[edit]

Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church

Est 1888, oldest Catholic parish / church in Calvert County

DONE: Lead 34: Solomons United Methodist Church[edit]

^ [http://www.flickr.com/photos/mdroute5/3954041925/in/set-72157609493278883/


Lead 35 edit done All Saints' Church (Sunderland, Maryland)[edit]

Middleton, the Rev. Canon Arthur Pierce, Ph.D., Anglican Maryland, 1692-1792, Virginia Beach: The Donning Company, 1992, pp. 5, 69-70, ISBN 0898658411

Lead 36: rewrite Christ Church (Stevensville, Maryland)[edit]

  • Middleton, the Rev. Canon Arthur Pierce, Ph.D., Anglican Maryland, 1692-1792, Virginia Beach: The Donning Company, 1992, pp. 5, 78-79, ISBN 0898658411
Christ Church
Christ Church, Stevensville, Maryland.jpg
Christ Church, seen after its restoration
Clariosophic/sandbox15 is located in Maryland
Clariosophic/sandbox15
Location East Main Street, Stevensville, Maryland
Coordinates 38°58′50″N 76°18′52″W / 38.98056°N 76.31444°W / 38.98056; -76.31444Coordinates: 38°58′50″N 76°18′52″W / 38.98056°N 76.31444°W / 38.98056; -76.31444
Built 1880
Architect Smith,John
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic[10]
NRHP reference #

79003268

[9]
Added to NRHP July 24, 1979

The former Christ Church is an historic Carpenter Gothic style Episcopal church located on East Main Street (MD 18) in Stevensville, on Kent Island in Queen Anne's County, Maryland.

Christ Church was, from 1880 to 1995, the home of Christ Episcopal Church of Kent Island, the oldest Christian parish in Maryland.

Christ Episcopal Church of Kent Island[edit]

The Christ Episcopal Church of Kent Island is an Episcopal parish located on Kent Island in Maryland, and is recognized as the state's oldest Christian congregation. It was founded in 1632, one year after Kent Island was founded by William Claiborne, and two years before settlers arrived at St. Clement's Island. The parish has used at least four buildings during its history. The first was located at Kent Fort, the second in Broad Creek, the third in Stevensville, and the fourth and current in Matapeake. Of the four buildings, only the third and fourth are standing today, the fourth having been built in 1995 to accommodate the parish's growing size. The third church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[11] Christ Church is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Easton and owns and operates Camp Wright, a summer camp in Matapeake, which serves as the diocesan camp.

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[[Category:Original 30 Anglican parishes in the Province of Maryland] [[Category:Episcopal churches in Maryland] [[Category:Buildings of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Maryland] [[Category:Queen Anne's County, Maryland] [[Category:Carpenter Gothic architecture] [[Category:1880 architecture]


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Lead 37:DONE: Merge Old St. Paul's Parish into St. Paul's Parish Church (Brandywine, Maryland)[edit]

Lead 38: St. Paul's Parish (Centreville, Maryland)[edit]

Lead 39: St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Carson City, Nevada)[edit]

Done by User:KimChee

{{WikiProject National Register of Historic Places|class=Stub} {{WikiProject Nevada|class=Stub|importance=Low}

Lead 40[edit]

  • Joanna sc church.jpg

Saint Boniface Catholic Church, Joanna, South Carolina.

  • 401 N Main St, Joanna, SC 29351-1033. (864) 697-6745

Lead 41[edit]

Grace Chapel front.jpg Grace Chapel side detail.jpg

DONE: Lead 42 Episcopal Church (Santee, Nebraska)[edit]

DONE: Lead 43- DONE Episcopal Church of the Advent / St. John's Chapel[edit]

Lead 44 All Saints Episcopal Church (Bayside, New York)[edit]

Lead 44 DONE Church of the Good Shepherd-Episcopal / Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd (Berkeley, California)[edit]

Lead 45 Aaron Ferrey House DONE by another[edit]

Lead 47: DONE St. Paul's Anglican Church St. Paul's Anglican Church National Historic Site of Canada[edit]

St. Paul's Anglican Church

Dawson City, Yukon
National Historic Site of Canada
ID No. 11350

Listed: 6/1/1989[12]
St. Paul's Anglican Church
General information
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic
Town or city corner of Front and Church streets
Dawson City, Yukon
Country Canada
Completed 1902
Cost $15,000
Technical details
Structural system wood frame
Design and construction
Architect James G. Purden

Lead 47 St Luke's Episcopal Church (Metuchen, New Jersey)[edit]

-Lead 48 Ascension Episcopal Church and Rectory[edit]

Lead 49 DONE Christ Episcopal Church (Monticello, Florida)[edit]

Lead 50 Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church[edit]

Moved to Lead 37, Sandbox 1

Lead 51 DONE Trinity Episcopal Church (Litchfield, Minnesota)[edit]

Lead 52 DONE St. Mark's Episcopal Church (Starke, Florida)[edit]

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Lead 53 Grace United Methodist Church (Lawtey, Florida)[edit]

  • 1822 West Madison Street, Lawtey, FL, at S, Pine Street


St. Mark's Episcopal Church

Starke, Florida
Built as:

All Saints Episcopal Church
Fairbanks, Florida
General information
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic.
Town or city 212 North Church St., Starke, Florida
Country United States
Construction started 1880
Completed 1880
Technical details
Structural system One story wooden frame building with two story rear side entrance/bell tower

Lead 54 First Presbyterian Church (Starke, Florida)[edit]

First Presbyterian Church, 921 East Call Street, Starke


Lead 55 DONE St. John's Catholic Church (Dallas, South Dakota)[edit]

  • SOUTH DAKOTA, GREGORY COUNTY,
  • St. John's Catholic Church,
  • Section 31 R96W 73N Dickens Township,
  • Dallas vicinity, 09000945,
  • LISTED, 11/20/09
  • NRHP weekly listings 2009-11-27

[[Category:Carpenter Gothic churches in South Dakota

Lead 56 DONE Grace Episcopal Church (Buena Vista, Colorado)[edit]

Lead 57 DONE J. M. Bonney House[edit]

  • "J.M. Bonney House

408 Princeton Ave. National Register 12/19/1994, 5CF.177

Lead 58 DONE Church of the Good Shepherd (Maitland, Florida)[edit]

Church of the Good Shepherd, 331 Lake Ave, Maitland, 11000144, LISTED, 3/28/11 (Florida's Carpenter Gothic Churches MPS)

Lead 59 DONE Trinity Episcopal Church (Stockton, Minnesota)[edit]

Lead 60 DONE Trinity Episcopal Church (St. Charles, Minnesota)[edit]

Lead 61 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church (Browns Valley, Minnesota)[edit]

Restoration Award – Built in 1882, the church served an active Episcopal congregation until the 1940′s. The church was purchased and owned privately until 2001 when it was donated to the Browns Valley Historical Society. Shortly after accepting the gift the Society began the painstaking process of restoring its interior. Pews were created from a single original example that had been left. The church organ, which had been in the Brown family for nearly 70 years, was donated back to the Society and window designed were replicated. Doors and period hardware were used to replace missing exterior elements.

Lead 62 Holy Trinity Church (Codroy, Newfoundland)[edit]

Lead 63 Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin)[edit]

  • Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 220 South Michigan Street, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821-1713

Lead 64 DONE St. Alban's Episcopal Church (Littleton, North Carolina)[edit]

  • NORTH CAROLINA, HALIFAX COUNTY,

St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 300 Mosby Ave, corner of College NC, 11000209, LISTED, 4/20/11

Lead 65 Bulmer House[edit]

Lead 66 DONE St. Saviour's Anglican Church (Barkerville, British Columbia)[edit]

Lead 67 DONE Borland-Clifford House[edit]

Lead 68 DONE St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Hicksville, Ohio)[edit]

{{WikiProject Ohio|class=Stub|importance=Low}

Lead 69 Joseph Cruickshank Talbot[edit]

move to Lead 2, sandbox6

Lead 70 St. Matthew's Episcopal Church (Goffstown, New Hampshire)[edit]

  • Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church · Goffstown, New Hampshire · 20080602.jpg

Lead 71 Church of the Mediator (Washington, Georgia)[edit]

  • Church of the Mediator

212 East Robert Toombs Ave. Washington GA, 30673

Lead 72 Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (San Jose, California)[edit]

81 North Second Street, San Jose, California 95113

Lead 73 Ridgefield-Crystal Lake Presbyterian Church[edit]

  • Ridgefield-Crystal Lake Presbyterian Church

8505 Church Street (in Ridgefield) Crystal Lake, IL 60012

Lead 74 Christ Church Episcopal (Rugby, Tennessee)[edit]

Lead 75 DONE St. John Chrysostom Church (Delafield, Wisconsin)[edit]

Carpenter Gothic

[[List of Registered Historic Places in Waukesha County, Wisconsin]

Lead 76 Uniting Church (Narooma, New South Wales)[edit]

Lead 77 Mayport Presbyterian Church[edit]

  • 1300 Palmer St. Atlantic Beach, Florida

Lead 78 DONE St. Clement's Chapel[edit]

now at Church of the Advent

  • 815 Piedmont Drive, Tallahassee, Florida

[13]

Lead 79 St. Mary's Episcopal Church (Daytona Beach, Florida)[edit]

Lead 80 Christ Episcopal Church (Longwood, Florida)[edit]

Contributing property, Longwood Historic District (Longwood, Florida)

Lead 81 DONE BY ANOTHER St. Stephen's Church (Heathsville, Virginia)[edit]


Lead 82 First Methodist Church (Apalachicola, Florida)[edit]

Lead 83 First Presbyterian Church (Dade City, Florida)[edit]

First Presbyterian Church
Dade City Church St Hist Dist 1st Presby01.jpg
First Presbyterian Church
Location 37412 Church Avenue
Dade City, Florida
Built 1894
Architectural style Carpenter Gothic

The First Presbyterian Church is an historic Carpenter Gothic style Presbyterian church located at 37412 Church Avenue in Dade City in Pasco County, Florida, United States. triptych lancet window. The main entrance is in a corner bell tower [14]

In 1989, the First Presbyterian Church was listed in A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, published by the University of Florida Press. [15] It is also a contributing property in the Church Street Historic District.

McIntosh Presbyterian Church is still an active church in the Presbytery of St. Augustine. The Rev. Dr. Ina Boyd is currently its stated supply minister.[16]

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Lead 84 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Pittsfield, New Hampshire)[edit]

Lead 85 Windswept (Steuben, Maine)[edit]

Windswept
Clariosophic/sandbox15 is located in Maine
Clariosophic/sandbox15
Location 421 Petit Manan Point Rd., Steuben, Maine
Coordinates 44°25′5″N 67°54′45″W / 44.41806°N 67.91250°W / 44.41806; -67.91250
Area 5 acres (2.0 ha)
Built 1940 (1940)
Architectural style Colonial Revival
NRHP reference # 07000411[9]
Added to NRHP May 8, 2007


References[edit]

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{{National Register of Historic Places}

[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in Maine] [[Category:Colonial Revival architecture in Maine] [[Category:Buildings and structures completed in 1940] [[Category:Washington County, Maine]

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  1. ^ Canada's Historic Places: St. John's Anglican Church
  2. ^ http://www.historicplaces.ca/visit-visite/com-ful_e.aspx?id=3320 Canada's Historic Places: St. John's Anglican Church]
  3. ^ St. Peter's Parish website
  4. ^ St. Peter's Parish website
  5. ^ http://www.historicplaces.ca/visit-visite/com-ful_e.aspx?id=3320 Canada's Historic Places: St. John's Anglican Church]
  6. ^ [ http://www.historicplaces.ca/visit-visite/com-ful_e.aspx?id=6323Canada's Historic Places: All Saints Anglican Church]
  7. ^ [ http://www.historicplaces.ca/visit-visite/com-ful_e.aspx?id=6323Canada's Historic Places: All Saints Anglican Church]
  8. ^ [3]
  9. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-15.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "nris" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  10. ^ Christ Church Parish: About us: AWwelcome from the Rector /The Vision of Christ Church (a brief history)
  11. ^ "Christ Church". Maryland Historical Trust. Retrieved 2008-10-29. 
  12. ^ [4]
  13. ^ Cushman, Joseph D., Jr., A Goodly Heritage: The Episcopal Church in Florida, 1821-1892, Gainesville: University of Florida Press (1965) pp. 126, 174, 203.
  14. ^ A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, 1989, Gainesville: University of Florida Press, p. 103, ISBN 0-8130-0941-3
  15. ^ A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, 1989, Gainesville: University of Florida Press, p. 103, ISBN 0-8130-0941-3
  16. ^ Presbytery of St. Augustine listing for McIntosh Presbyterian Church