Blessed Sacrament Parish – Medieval Gothic-Style Architecture

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Blessed Sacrament Church is located at 24 Cheritan Ave (at Yonge St on the northwest corner) in Toronto’s Yonge and Lawrence neighbourhood.

Built in 1929/30 at the cost of $180,000, architect John Gibb Morton designed the church in medieval Gothic style. Its first service was held on June 1, 1930.

Blessed Sacrament Church Photos

2021 – Looking west towards Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave in the Yonge and Lawrence neighbourhood
2021 – Looking west towards Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave in the Yonge and Lawrence neighbourhood
1930 – Nearing completion and looking northwest towards Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave and Yonge St
1930 – Nearing completion and looking northwest towards Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave and Yonge St (Toronto Public Library TSPA 0111075F)
2021 - Blessed Sacrament Church is located at 24 Cheritan Ave and Yonge St, on the northwest corner
2021 – Blessed Sacrament Church is located at 24 Cheritan Ave and Yonge St, on the northwest corner
1981 – Looking west from Yonge St towards the front entrance of the Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave
1981 – Looking west from Yonge St towards the front entrance of the Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave (Toronto Public Library LOCHIST-ND-184)
2021 - The front entrance of the Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave in Toronto’s Yonge and Lawrence neighbourhood
2021 – The front entrance of the Blessed Sacrament Church at 24 Cheritan Ave in Toronto’s Yonge and Lawrence neighbourhood
2021 - Looking northwest towards Blessed Sacrament Church at Cheritan Ave and Yonge St
2021 – Looking northwest towards Blessed Sacrament Church at Cheritan Ave and Yonge St
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