Here are two churches within New Edinburgh, both on the same street. MacKay United Church is the first, founded in 1875 by a grandson of Thomas McKay as a Presbyterian church. The current building, in the Romanesque Revival style, was built from 1909-10. It was merged into the United Church in later years.
Walking up the street took me past this lovely flower.
This other church I've shown before, on the same street. St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church is the official place of worship for Canadian governors-general, as Rideau Hall is across the road. It serves as the regimental chapel for the Governor-General's Foot Guards. It was founded in 1867, with the building erected by the following year.