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St. Peter’s Anglican Church

 

St. Peter’s Anglican Church, New Church Carleton Street, Half section and miscellaneous details, 29 December 1864, Gundry & Langley. Henry Langley Papers, accession # 115.

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St. Peter’s Anglican Church, New Church Carleton Street, South and west elevations, 29 December 1864, Gundry & Langley. Henry Langley Papers, accession # 112.

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St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 188 Carleton Street near Bleeker Street, in historic Cabbagetown, designed by Gundry & Langley in 1864, bears a quaint simplicity reminiscent of English churches from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Additions were made to the church in 1872 and 1880 to accommodate a rapidly growing congregation. In 1973, a fire almost demolished the entire church and extensive renovations followed. Throughout the years, St. Peter’s has adhered to a strong outreach philosophy and it has been active in numerous community programs and events.

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St. Peter’s Anglican Church, photography by Octavius Thompson, Toronto In the Camera 1868. Toronto Public Library (TRL): T 10807

 

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