St. John's Presbyterian Church, Grimsby

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General Information

St. John's Presbyterian Chuch was built in 1928 by the Shaffer Bros, with the assistance of church members. Local red sandstone from Gibson quarry was donated by John Gibson, owner of the quarry. Left-over stone was buried and later used to make an addition on the north in 1957. After 1925 the Presbyterian Church on Main Street became a United Church when the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational Churches united, however the people in this congregation decided to remain Presbyterian.

Cultural

St. John's Presbyterian Chuch was built in 1928 by the Shaffer Bros, with the assistance of church members. Local red sandstone from Gibson quarry was donated by John Gibson, owner of the quarry. Left-over stone was buried and later used to make an addition on the north in 1957. After 1925 the Presbyterian Church on Main Street became a United Church when the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational Churches united, however the people in this congregation decided to remain Presbyterian.

Further Information

Town of Grimsby ghs westniagara.com http:/http://westniagara.com/

Ownership & Management

St. John's Presbyterian Church

Contact

Phone: (905) 309 0796

Address

10 Mountain Street
Grimsby, Ontario

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude: 43.193245376031
Longitude: -79.563019248888
UTM easting: 616759
UTM northing: 4783277

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Administration

Grimsby Historical Society
Grimsby Archives
Carnegie Building, 25 Adelaide Street
Grimsby, Ontario
L3M 1X2
Tel (905) 309 0796
Email ghsarchives@beacon.org