By Robert Tuck, Graham Tuck
Churches of Nova Scotia is as a lot a human curiosity booklet because it is ready ecclesiastical structures. either textual content and pictures inform the tale of greater than 30 Nova Scotia church buildings, yet within the telling, the connection among the internal lifestyles and historical past of the church buildings and the outside and structure of the churches is explored. The ebook is easily balanced, containing a variety of church buildings from all elements of the province and representing various denominational and ethnic identities, time classes, and architectural styles.
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Elijah is taken up into Heaven. The Holy Spirit is poured out on the Disciples of Jesus at Pentecost. (18b) God gives Moses the Ten Commandments of the Law on Mt. Sinai. qxd 11/7/03 11:18 AM Page 62 CHURCHES OF Nova Scotia Photos by Graham Tuck. St. Mary’s Basilica Sanctuary windows: Death of St. Joseph. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. qxd 11/7/03 11:18 AM Page 63 Photo by Graham Tuck. S A I N T M A RY ’ S BA S I L I C A : S E E I N G G O D’ S WO R D Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Heaven with the Blessed Trinity, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, in attendance.
Its ten bells, the largest weighing eighteen hundred pounds, survived, although three were damaged and were recast at the same bell foundry in Ohio they had come from in 1902. Several of the windows Lunenburg. A large, new Methodist Church was built in 1885, and a new Lutheran Church, capable of accommodating four hundred and fifty in its nave and an additional hundred in an annex, was built in 1888. In the same year, St. John’s congregation decided that it too must be bigger — although it had been enlarged less than twenty years before.
A gallery runs around three sides of the interior, as at Barrington, and is accessed by stairs in the tower, which also serves as a vestry. The Covenanter’s Church is set on a hill and was built 1804–11. however, but a museum. One enters it expecting to find an altar, statues of saints, and a prie-dieu at which to kneel and bewail the sorrow that befell the folk who cleared and diked and settled and farmed these Minas meadows; but no, there are instead glass cases containing fragments of their lives dug out of the ground by archaeologists.
Churches of Nova Scotia by Robert Tuck, Graham Tuck