Historic District

2.5 km Marker

Church Architecture

Architecture · Architecture · Miizni-naakmischignan

The Moffley Hill cross is the tallest free-standing illuminated cross in the world. Photo: Tourism Sault Ste. Marie

Sault Ste. Marie is home to many heritage buildings and architectural treasures. Some of the City’s most beautiful and long-standing buildings are its churches. Do you see the red brick church across the street from the Trail?

Carefully designed and constructed, the historic churches are significant landmarks of the community. Some of them have been standing for over a century! What events do you think these buildings have witnessed over the years?

Left: St. Andrew’s Church, 996.9-P0543. Right: St. Luke’s Anglican Church. Courtesy of Sault Ste. Marie Public Library Archives

Significant Church Architecture

Discover more of Sault Ste. Marie’s architectural treasures through the Church Architecture Map. Points highlight notable buildings or landmarks near the Trail. This map is also a layer on the interactive map.View PDF

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