I have several churches today, most taken at points in February, and the first few of them were taken on a day when I went out to Nepean. This is St. Tekle Haimanot Ethiopian Orthodox Church. While I have seen churches with steep roofs before, the curves on this rooftop are unlike what I've seen in the past. The Orthodox Church made inroads into Ethiopia long before colonization.
Across the street is St. Elizabeth Catholic Parish.
Paroisse St. Bonaventure is a French speaking Catholic church nearby.
This is Calvin Christian Reformed Church. It dates back to 1953.
And this is Julian Of Norwich Anglican Church.
On another day, I took in this view of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church downtown. The church stands across from the Supreme Court of Canada, and is the only building along Wellington Street here that is not a government building. The congregation was founded in 1828, and the present church dates to 1872.
On Family Day in February, I went out to the New Edinburgh area to visit Rideau Hall in the winter. I'll have posts on that in a few days. Two nearby churches drew me first. MacKay United Church was founded as a Presbyterian church in 1875 before becoming part of the United denomination in the 1920s. The present building was erected in 1909-10, and is in the Romanesque Revival style.
St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church is up the street, near one of the entrances into Rideau Hall. It is the official church for the Canadian Governor General, as well as the regimental chapel for the Governor General's Foot Guards. The parish dates to 1867, with the church completed the following year.
This shot, from early March, was out in Barrhaven. This is Divine Word Evangelical Lutheran Church, which I last showed at Christmas time. We'd had a thaw that removed much of the snow from the west facing church entrance, but the city has had snowfalls since.