Old Stone Churches of Kingston

Kingston is nicknamed "the Limestone City" after the old buildings made of limestone, including many old churches built in the 19th century.

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St. Mary's Cathedral
St. Mary's Cathedral, Johnson & Clergy Streets. March 2002.
Chalmers United Church
Chalmers United Church, 212 Barrie Street at Clergy. March 2002.
St. Paul's Anglican Church
St. Paul's Anglican, Montreal Street at Queen Street. March 2002.
Portsmouth United Church
Portsmouth United Church, King Street in Portsmouth. March 2002.
First Baptist
First Baptist Church, Johnson & Sydenham Streets. March 2002.
Church of the Good Thief
Church of the Good Thief, King & Cartwright Streets. March 2002.
St. George's Cathedral
St. George's Cathedral (Anglican). March 2002.
Queen Street United Church
Queen Street United, Queen & Clergy Streets. March 2002.
Sydenham Street United Church
Sydenham Street United Church, William & Sydenham Streets. March 2002.
Masonic Temple
Former Masonic Temple. March 2002.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
St. Andrew's Presbyterian. March 2002.
St. John's Anglican Church
St. John's Anglican Church in Portsmouth. March 2002.

Quotes

"A one sentence definition of mythology? 'Mythology' is what we call someone else's religion."
Joseph Campbell

"Fear prophets ... and those prepared to die for the truth, for as a rule they make many others die with them, often before them, at times instead of them."
Umberto Eco

"Many people would rather die than think; in fact, most do."
Bertrand Russell

"Imagine there's no heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky."

John Lennon, "Imagine"

"Lighthouses are more helpful than churches."
Benjamin Franklin