Bellefair Methodist Church – In The Beaches Neighbourhood

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Bellefair Methodist Church was once located at 2 Bellefair Ave (at Queen St E on the northwest corner) in The Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto.

Built in 1922, the former church was designed by architect Stanley Thomas John Fryer. It’s now the Bellefair Kew Beach Residences, and the Gothic-style facade was preserved.

Bellefair Methodist Church Photos

1923 – Looking northwest towards Bellefair Methodist Church, once at Bellefair Ave and Queen St E. Today, the building is the Bellefair Kew Beach Residences. The Gothic-style facade was preserved
1923 – Looking northwest towards Bellefair Methodist Church, once at Bellefair Ave and Queen St E. Today, the building is the Bellefair Kew Beach Residences. The Gothic-style facade was preserved (Toronto Public Library TSPA_0111142F)
1923 - Bellefair Methodist Church once at 2 Bellefair Ave at Queen St E, northwest corner - built circa 1922 – now Bellefair Kew Beach Residences – the Gothic style facade was preserved
1923 – Bellefair Methodist Church once at 2 Bellefair Ave at Queen St E, northwest corner – built circa 1922 – now Bellefair Kew Beach Residences – the Gothic style facade was preserved (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1266, Item 256)
2013 – During renovations for commercial and residential property
2013 – During renovations for commercial and residential property (Google Maps)
2021 – Shoppers Drug Mart and Bellefair Kew Beach Residences were once the Bellefair Methodist Church. The church's Gothic-style facade was preserved
2021 – Shoppers Drug Mart and Bellefair Kew Beach Residences were once the Bellefair Methodist Church. The church’s Gothic-style facade was preserved
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