Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church

Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church is located at 315 Queen St E (at Berkeley St on the southwest corner) in the Old Town neighbourhood of Toronto.

Built in 1871, designed by architects James Smith & William Gemmell in the Gothic Revival style. The Church received heritage status by the City of Toronto in 1973 and was designated under the Ontario Heritage Act in 1997.

Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church Photos

2021 - Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St, southwest corner
2021 – Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St, southwest corner
1972 - Looking southwest from Queen St E towards Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church
1972 – Looking southwest from Queen St E towards Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 21, Item 34)
2021 - Looking south from Queen St E at Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St
2021 – Looking south from Queen St E at Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St
1956 - Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St, southwest corner – built in 1871 designed by Architects James Smith & William Gemmell
1956 – Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St, southwest corner – built in 1871 designed by Architects James Smith & William Gemmell (Toronto Public Library r-5772)
2020 – The main entrance to Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church off of Queen St E - the transom above the door has a quatrefoil
2020 – The main entrance to Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church off of Queen St E – the transom above the door has a quatrefoil
2020 – Over the main entrance of Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church is a group of lancet windows featuring plate tracery and a sexfoil
2020 – Over the main entrance of Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church is a group of lancet windows featuring plate tracery and a sexfoil
2020 - The aisle door next to the main entrance at Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church - the transom above the side door contains a single roundel
2020 – The aisle door next to the main entrance at Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church – the transom above the side door contains a single roundel
2020 – Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St, southwest corner
2020 – Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church at 315 Queen St E at Berkeley St
2020 - Hood mould stop over the door at Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church
2020 – Hood mould stop over the door at Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church
2020 – Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church also designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, 1997 (Heritage Toronto plaque)
2020 – Berkeley Street Wesleyan Methodist Church also designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, 1997 (Heritage Toronto plaque)
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