Inside St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church – Still standing!

In 1833, the land was purchased for 42 Pounds Sterling and a small wood church was erected; originally called St. Andrew’s. It served well for twenty years, but Hamilton was growing…fast. In 1853, architect William Thomas designed a new church building—a big one, and the first stone, cut from Hamilton quarries, was laid on September 13th, 1854. The new building was complete in 1857, and renamed to St. Paul’s in 1873.

The total height of the tower plus the spire is 180 feet, and the interior carved panelling is made of oak.

St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church has been marked as a National and Provincial heritage building.

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