In keeping with yesterday's theme, here are three more churches. Glebe-St. James United Church can be found in the Glebe. A Presbyterian congregation was organized in the late 19th century here in the Glebe as an off shoot of St. Andrew's downtown, with a building first being erected at this site in the early 20th century. St. James United later joined with this congregation. It looks quite striking on a snowy day. I liked the spirit catcher placed along one of the walls.
This church is downtown. It's a Catholic church with an older history that more recently has served a Korean speaking parish.
Nearby is Centretown United Church, a creation that came out of the formation of the United Church of Canada.