By Robert Tuck, Graham Tuck
Churches of Nova Scotia is as a lot a human curiosity booklet because it is ready ecclesiastical constructions. either textual content and images inform the tale of greater than 30 Nova Scotia church buildings, yet within the telling, the connection among the internal existence and heritage of the church buildings and the outside and structure of the churches is explored. The ebook is easily balanced, containing a range of church buildings from all elements of the province and representing numerous denominational and ethnic identities, time sessions, and architectural styles.
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John’s Church, Lunenburg, 1754: the round tower was replaced in 1840. I am desired by the body of the people to move your Excellency for board and nails for putting up some kind of fabric wherein they may have Divine Service. The labour they (being devoutly disposed) say they will cheerfully give. In this I must own I’d wish they were indulged: for altho’ they are unrighteous enough in other respects yet in their public worship they seem serious and decent. square-headed windows in the lower range under the gallery, and (probably) round-headed ones in the upper range in its side elevations.
Others resented what they saw as the backwardness and stuffiness of St. George’s in its rejection of Alternative Services and what has been called the “Happy Clappy style” of worship that was catching on in some places, and its desire to continue to use the Book of Common Prayer. The congregation was given six months to prepare a proposal for the future of St. George’s to present to the Bishop of Nova Scotia, the Right Reverend Arthur Peters. But was St. George’s just another church? Was it dispensable?
Northwest of a modern replica of the church in which the earlier Acadian Lunenburg) near Mahone Bay dates from 1820, but its origins inhabitants worshipped, and in which they were assembled are earlier than that, in missions preached in the 1790s by an The Meeting House, North West, 1820. qxd 11/7/03 11:18 AM Page 40 CHURCHES OF Nova Scotia itinerant evangelist from near Windsor, in the Annapolis reading desk placed on the front of a wide platform on the Valley, named Joseph Dimock. 12 ing itself, and replace an original high pulpit.