During my time in Guelph I photographed a number of churches in the area. To start with, this is Riverside Community Reformed Church.
The rest of these I photographed on another day, on that same brooding sky day I showed a couple of days back. These churches are clustered into an area around the downtown core. This is the First Baptist Church.
Here is St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. It was established in 1828.
At one point this was a Wesleyan Methodist church. Today it houses Lakeside Hope House. Its red front door caught my attention. There was a Methodist presence in Guelph from the early years, with the present site granted to the denomination in 1837. Lakeside Church uses the church these days, and the property is also home to Hope House, a social services organization.
This is Knox Presbyterian Church. It is a result of a split with St. Andrew's and was founded in 1844.
Here we have St. George's Anglican Church. The parish dates back to 1832, while this church, the third, was finished in 1873.
Another view of the church is taken from the nearby pedestrian bridge that crosses the Speed River here. Tomorrow I have another church in the area.