Learn about our Historic Churches and Cemeteries

Learn about our Historic Churches and Cemeteries

Saint John is blessed with a wonderful collection of churches – from St. George's-St. Jude's Anglican Church at nearly 200 years old, to St. John’s Stone Church, a National Historic Site. Their spires and bell-towers are an important part of the Saint John skyline, just as their traditions and rituals are an important part of the lives of so many in our community. You can enjoy the art and architecture of these wonderful buildings, but a visit isn’t complete without a stroll through their historic cemeteries and burial grounds. Wander amongst the historic grave markers – some dating back to 1783 – and steep in the history of these quiet places. Churches:

  • Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception: 91 Waterloo Street (City Centre)
  • The Church of St. Andrew and St. David, Provincial Historic Site: 164 Germain Street (City Centre)
  • St. George’s Church – the oldest in the city: 100 Watson Street (West)
  • St. John’s Stone Church, National Historic Site: 87 Carleton Street (City Centre)
  • St. Luke’s Anglican Church, National Historic Site: Quispamsis Road (Quispamsis)
  • Trinity Anglican Church National Historic Site & Graveyard  (Kingston)
  • Trinity Church: 115 Charlotte Street (City Centre)

Cemeteries and burial grounds:

  • Cedar Hill Cemetery: Manawagonish Road (West)
  • Church of England Cemetery: south side of Thorne Avenue (East)
  • Fernhill Cemetery: Westmorland Road (East)
  • Fownes & Melvin Sea Captains’ Burial Grounds: Fundy Trail (St. Martins)
  • Old (Loyalist) Burial Ground: Sydney Street and King Street East (City Centre)
  • Old Methodist Cemetery: north side of Thorne Avenue (East)
  • Shaarei Zedek Jewish Cemetery: Westmorland Road (East)
  • St. Mary’s Cemetery: Loch Lomond Road (East)

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