All Saints Church-Community Centre

All Saints Church-Community Centre is located at 315 Dundas St E (at Sherbourne St on the southeast corner) in the Cabbagetown South neighbourhood of Toronto.

Built in 1874, the Anglican church was designed by architect Richard Cunningham Windeyer in Early English pointed Gothic style. It cost $21,000 to construct and features polychromatic brickwork. All Saints Church received heritage status from the City of Toronto in 1974 and from Ontario Heritage Trust in 1983.

All Saints Church-Community Centre Photos

2021 - All Saints Church-Community Centre at 315 Dundas St E in the Cabbagetown South neighbourhood of Toronto
2021 – All Saints Church-Community Centre at 315 Dundas St E in the Cabbagetown South neighbourhood of Toronto
1970 - All Saints Church-Community Centre at 315 Dundas St E at Sherbourne St, southeast corner - the present church structure opened November 2, 1874
1970 – All Saints Church-Community Centre at 315 Dundas St E at Sherbourne St, southeast corner – the present church structure opened November 2, 1874 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 124, File 2, Item 72)
Sketch of the interior of All Saints Church from the west front door
Sketch of the interior of All Saints Church from the west front door (Landmarks of Toronto Volume 4 by J Ross Robertson – 1904)
1884 - The interior of All Saints Church
1884 – The interior of All Saints Church (Toronto Public Library r-3501)
1937 -  A painting of All Saints Church at 315 Dundas St E and Sherbourne St
1937 – A painting of All Saints Church at 315 Dundas St E and Sherbourne St (Toronto Public Library 961-3-2 – copyright holder unknown)
Sketch of the All Saints Church at 315 Dundas St E and Sherbourne St – notice that Dundas St E was initially known as Wilton Ave
Sketch of the All Saints Church at 315 Dundas St E and Sherbourne St – notice that Dundas St E was initially known as Wilton Ave (Landmarks of Toronto Volume 4 by J Ross Robertson – 1904) all-saints-church-lotv4
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