Located in Rural Ontario Canada, in a small town sits an abandoned church with beautiful stained glass windows that surround the entire building.
The church opened in the early 1900’s and operated for almost 80 years, in that time it saw 2,500 weddings, 1800 confirmations and 2700 baptisms, according to the records I found.
Sadly the church was forced to close and amalgamate with another church in a neighboring town. Now the future and fate of this now abandoned church in rural Ontario is unknown.
Have a look below at a walk-thorugh video of the church and I hope you enjoy the photos.
Ontario Abandoned Church Urban Exploration Walk-Through Video
Abandoned Church Photography Gallery
A Large Abandoned Ontario Church, a place like this is a rarity, to find a vacant/abandoned church in this type of condition with no grafitti or vandalism. I’ll have more to share from this fresh location throughout the week. www.instagram.com/freaktography www.freaktography.com
I couldn’t get enough of the ceiling in this abandoned Ontario church and the light coming in through the curtains in that upper level. This is a fresh new location that I am really hoping can stay in this condition. www.freaktography.com www.instagram.com/freaktography
Beautiful stained glass windows surround this vacant/abandoned church located in Ontario, Canada. There is a poor quality walkthrough video on my YouTube page at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3s8NczO6PE www.instagram.com/freaktography www.freaktography.com
Something a bit more fancy and pleasing to the eye from the abandoned church visited recently. Don’t forget I am giving away a free 16×20 print today, just click this link and see how to get in on it! https://www.facebook.com/Freaktography/posts/1093950020733642:0
Stained Glass Windows in a corner of this abandoned church in rural Ontario. I’m guessing there used to bea statue in that space at one time. www.instagram.com/freaktography www.freaktography.com
Just another shot from this abandoned and vacant church. The church opened in the early 1900’s and operated for almost 80 years, in that time it saw 2,500 weddings, 1,800 confirmations and 2,700 baptisms, according to the records I found. You can see the whole set of photos and a video on my website at http://www.freaktography.com/ontario-abandoned-church-stained-glass/ www.instagram.com/freaktography