Arts + Worship

Knox Presbyterian Church

The historical significance of Knox Presbyterian Church to this community is illustrated by its seating capacity of 1,350 when it was built in 1868, relative to its community population of 3,000 at that time. The annex was constructed in 1908 in response to an active Sunday School program. A fire, set by an arsonist on [...]

2016-08-04T14:58:44-04:00November 5th, 2010|

Cambridge Centre for the Arts

The $2.5-million Cambridge Centre for the Arts has galvanized and enriched the healthy Cambridge Arts scene.  The Centre is used by painters, potters, writers, sculptors, actors and musicians to practice, appreciate and discover the arts.  Located in the former Hydro-Electric Commission building the Centre features performance and rehearsal space, a gallery, the Toyota Auditorium, quilting [...]

2012-10-31T20:07:02-04:00October 31st, 2012|

St. Andrew’s United Church

Fire devastated the original 1860 United Church in January 2006. All that remained of the Sanctuary was the tower, north entry, and the east and west solid masonry nave walls.  MMMC Architects is proud to have redesigned a program that is both sensitive to the exterior heritage while the interior reflects a more contemporary feel. [...]

2016-08-04T14:58:20-04:00October 31st, 2015|
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