This is St. Paul's-Eastern United Church, set in the neighbourhood of Sandy Hill. The congregation's roots date back to 1845 and a Presbyterian church, and its current name reflects the movement of Methodist, Congregationalists, and some Presbyterian churches to form the United Church of Canada; in this case the old St. Paul's Presbyterian joined with the nearby Eastern Methodist Church. The building, which dates back to 1889, is in the Romanesque Revival style. Have a look at the church's history page for a look at a tower that once stood here. It was removed from the building over questions of stability- there's a good reason this area is called Sandy Hill, and builders have often run into problems here. The sanctuary inside is beautiful.