A Toronto church conversion built with grace and courtesy
from The Globe and Mail
Toronto's great Edwardian sprawl gobbled up the little farms and pastures in my west-side neighbourhood (east of the Junction) just before the outbreak of the First World War. Along with the surge of housing and industry came numerous Christian church buildings, almost all sturdy and devoid of architectural fussiness. Nowadays, these plain, dignified structures still stand on streets throughout the district, though many are empty or nearly so.
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