St. Anne's Chapel of Ease
St. Anne's Chapel of Ease
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Dave B
Fredericton, Canada3 contributions
Jul 2018 • Solo
St. Anne's is a true example of Gothic architecture brought to Fredericton by Bishop John Medley. Built in 10 months in 1846 - 1847 it stands today as built 170 years ago. Built as a place of worship while The Cathedral was being constructed it remains to this day a place of worship. Filled with memories for thousands who have come through its doors it is a must see for visitors this summer. There's a tour guide on duty Monday to Saturday 10 to 4 and in July they have musical concerts every Wednesday starting at 12:10.
Written July 12, 2018
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Maritimemac
New Brunswick, Canada74 contributions
Dec 2017
If you like old churches this is one not to miss.Full stone Gothic architecture. It has a rare Lynch Gate into the yard. Don't miss the National Historic Site Plaque on the side entrance door
Written December 11, 2017
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sperry2014
Fredericton, Canada4 contributions
Sept 2017 • Couples
excellent and knowledgable very historic building and a long history of the Anglican Church.a must visit if you are in fredericton n.b
Written September 14, 2017
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Dave B
New Brunswick, Canada5 contributions
Mar 2017 • Solo
St. Anne's Chapel was built in just 10 months in 1846/47. It still stands after 170 years and can seat 170 people. Today it is only used on special occassions. It was declared a National Historic Site in 1989 for its 13th century religious architecture. Spending time in the Chapel one feels a closeness to God. It is a must see for everyone. Pictures of the chapel are available on the church's website. Lots of free parking and is open for guided tours in the summer months. During the remainder of the year you can visit the Chapel by contacting the Church Office for a self guided tour (451 0630)
Written April 17, 2017
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3003
Fredericton, Canada76 contributions
Jul 2016 • Couples
Fredericton's Cathedral is an architectural must, but so is this chapel. I've attended weddings here and visited several times. It is packed full of historical charm and the tour is truly interesting. For many Frederictonians this is a drive-by site. I encourage you to stop and visit one of our city's most historic and beautiful landmarks. You won't be disappointed.
Written March 26, 2017
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steve2016289
Fredericton, Canada19 contributions
Sept 2016 • Couples
Built in 1848, among the first of the Bishop Medley (Anglican) churches, St. Anne's served for years as the parish church and is now a chapel, used largely for weddings and funerals. Architectural historians describe it as a masterpiece in the neo-Gothic style, with a magnificent high-arched ceiling (like the inverted hull of a wooden ship), exquisite tiles on the floors and chancel walls, and beautiful local wood in the chancel furniture and pews. Try to catch a guided tour in the summer months when knowledgeable young people point out the distinctive features. And even if you only see it from the outside, note the unique stone wall that surrounds the site and the quaint lych-gate at the street corner. One of Canada's finest treasures, it is also one its best preserved historical buildings - a "must see" for any tourist.
Written November 21, 2016
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Smunkel
Boston, MA3 contributions
Aug 2016 • Solo
Place my grandparents got married! They came to America in 1925, marrying that year in the original part of the chapel. History relived.
Written August 28, 2016
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Rebecca_Jonah1970
Fredericton, Canada26 contributions
Dec 2015 • Solo
This small Anglican chapel is part of the larger Christ Church (Parish). It's historic, elegant, and a wonderful place to just sit and meditate.
Written January 4, 2016
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Jim H
Leamington, Canada641 contributions
Sept 2014 • Couples
While in Fredericton, NB on a vacation we decided to tour several of the old unique churches that are scattered throughout this city. St. Anne's is just one of those. It was the first church to off free seats during worship times. It was consecrated on March 18, 1847. It is built from sandstone and hardstone all from NB. There are three large bells in the 64' tower that have been calling people to worship for well over a century. The largest bell weights in at 532 lbs. We took a guided tour after checking in at the office and having the caretaker do us the honors. What a beautiful place of history.
Written September 18, 2014
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