A "summer church," Sibbald Point, Ontario
Finished in 1877, St. George's Anglican was built of hand-hewn stones, each one carefully inspected to make sure none contained iron. But wait! When no one was watching on the west side, the builders slipped in a few stones containing iron. Over the years, the rust stains have given away their secret!
I suspect the spruce grew taller and bigger than anyone thought it would because it hides...
The window somewhat behind the spruce tree in the first photo
a window, which is a bit tricky to capture on digital from the outside but easy from...
Stained glass from inside the church, the same window as in the second photo
the inside where it's cool and damp so only used for Sunday worship services or weddings during the summer months. It's conveniently located next to the Sibbald Provincial Park on Lake Simcoe so a popular tourist destination.
The glass depicts the story of St. George and the dragon. If your curious about St. George, you can find out more HERE.
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