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St. James United Church

St. James United Church

Catalogue info: On December 11th, 1882 the Presbyterian church in Great Village burned down. A week later the congregation decided to rebuild. The new church had free-hand painted walls along its nave and chancel (oil on plaster c.1883) Plastered cement walls are painted to imitate stone blocks and are the only example of painted stone jointing found to date. The walls were first decorated in the way in 1883 and repainted by Wilfred Nelson in 1957 for 300$. Contact:(902) 668-2360.

Great Village


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St. James United Church Congregation .