St. Andrew's United Church traces its origins back to the early days of Port Dalhousie. In the 1840s, the Presbyterian community of worship in Port Dalhousie was just beginning to form, and church services were held at the log schoolhouse.
Head East on the Queen Elizabeth Way (Niagara)
Take exit 51 (Seventh St/Country Rd 34)
Left at 7th St. Louth
Right on Lakeshore Rd West
Continue onto Main St
From Fort Erie:
Take the Queen Elizabeth Way (Toronto)
Exit at Martindale Rd
Left (north) on Martindale Rd
Right onto Main St
Anon. 1952. St. Andrew's United Church, Port Dalhousie (pamphlet). Pp. 4-8.
Burns, Robert Farrier (Rev.), 1872. The life and times of the Rev. Robert Burns ... including an unfinished autobiography. Edited by his son, the Rev. R. F. Burns. J. Campbell & Son,Toronto. Available online in several formats from The Open Library, athttp://openlibrary.org/works/OL7584539W/The_life_and_times_of_the_Rev._Robert_Burns_..._including_an_unfinished_autobiography
Hartshorn, Heather and Roy. Undated. Port Dalhousie - Description of the town at the end of the first Welland Canal. Part of the Herontours "Day Trips Through Southern Ontario" series, online athttp://www.herontrips.com/PtDalhousie.html.
Mackie, D. 1997. The History of Port Dalhousie, page two: The Town Continues to Expand and Grow in Many Ways. http://www.portmemories.com/index2.htm
Sinclair, D.S. 1971. Fort Massey Church - Halifax, Nova Scotia 1871-1971 - A Century of Witness. Pp. 6-9: Rev. Robert Ferrier Burns, D.D. 1875-1892. Online in PDF format at http://www.fortmasseychurch.com/newsletters/Booklet.pdf .
Tour St. Catharines. 2002. Old Town Walking Tour (Port Dalhousie). Based on a printed pamphlet originally developed by the St. Catharines Heritage Committee and distributed through the City of St. Catharines Planning and Development Department. http://www.tourstcatharines.com/tours-portdalhousie.shtml .
St. Andrew's United Church, Port Dalhousie
92 Main Street
Port Dalhousie, Ontario
L2N 4V2 Municipality St. Catharines