Last week on a gloomy day I had occasion to head out to the Westboro neighbourhood. Part of the way I walked, part of the way I took transit. I decided that among the shots I'd take on this trip, I wanted church shots along with the fall colours.
I started in Little Italy, with these colours mixed in with St. Mary's Parish, a Catholic church. I've shown it before, but it has been awhile.
My path led me on into Hintonburg. The neighbourhood is dominated by Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.
Nearby is another Catholic church. The Queen Of The Most Holy Rosary Parish is a big name for what from the outside appears to be a modest church.
This is the Canadian United Pentecostal Church further west. It appears to share its premises with another congregation.
And in Westboro itself, this church building houses two congregations. All Saints Anglican Church and First United Church worship here.
The church appears in the background here, beside another building we'll get a look at down the line. It might look like a church, but was built as a town hall.