Olivet Congregational Church

The Olivet Congregational Church once occupied the building at 33 Hazelton Ave (at Scollard St on the northeast corner) in the Yorkville neighbourhood of Toronto. The building has been converted to commercial property.

Built in 1890, architects Dick & Wickson designed the church in an adaptation of the Romanesque style. The building received heritage status from the City of Toronto in 1973.

Olivet Congregational Church Photos

2021 – Olivet Congregational Church once occupied the building at 33 Hazelton Ave at Scollard St, northeast corner – the building has been converted to commercial use
2021 – Olivet Congregational Church once occupied the building at 33 Hazelton Ave at Scollard St, northeast corner – the building has been converted to commercial use
1981 – Looking northeast towards the former Olivet Congregational Church Hazelton Ave and Scollard St – now commercial property
1981 – Looking northeast towards the former Olivet Congregational Church Hazelton Ave and Scollard St – now commercial property (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 124, File 08, Item 134)
1903 - Sketch of the Olivet Congregational Church that once occupied 33 Hazelton Ave
1903 – Sketch of the Olivet Congregational Church that once occupied 33 Hazelton Ave (Toronto Public Library r- 1905)
2021 – The stonework details and inscription around the entrance of the former Olivet Congregational Church
2021 – The stonework details and inscription around the entrance of the former Olivet Congregational Church
2020 – The arched entryway off of Hazelton Ave for the former Olivet Congregational Church
2020 – The arched entryway off of Hazelton Ave for the former Olivet Congregational Church
2021 – The west façade of the former Olivet Congregational Church at 33 Hazelton Ave
2021 – The west façade of the former Olivet Congregational Church at 33 Hazelton Ave
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