This museum and preserves and displays the heritage of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. This museum is located in the basement of a Presbyterian Church.
A variety of objects that depict the life and mission of the Presbyterian church such as
- Communion ware and tokens
- Clerical robes
- Books, Scrolls and Diplomas
- Mission artefacts
- China plates and wall hangings
Access is provided to a small collection of religious books such as bibles and hymnals that date back to the seventeenth century.
Audio-visual recordings pertaining to the history of the Presbyterian Church. Other media resources are also available, such as slide shows, illustrated talks, films and recordings.
The Website showcases the museum’s exhibitions and artefacts.
A nineteenth century church constructed of board and batten has been re-created using the furnishings from various churches. Beside the chapel there is also a re-creation of a Minister’s Study, which contains hundreds of pre-twentieth century books.
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Address & Contact Information:
415 Broadview Avenue,
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