Religious Walking Tour of Kingston (Self Guided), Kingston

There are many places of worship in Kingston, including stunning cathedrals and historic churches. In addition to the many Catholic churches, there are also a number of other denominations represented. Take this tour to visit Kingston's most notable religious sites.
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Religious Walking Tour of Kingston Map

Guide Name: Religious Walking Tour of Kingston
Guide Location: Canada » Kingston (See other walking tours in Kingston)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.3 Km or 1.4 Miles
Author: vickyc
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • St. James’ Church
  • Chalmers United Church
  • St. Mary's Cathedral
  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
  • St. Paul's Anglican Church
  • First Baptist Church
  • Sydenham Street United Church
  • St. George's Cathedral
St. James’ Church

1) St. James’ Church

St. James’ Church is an Anglican church located near Queen's University. It boasts a long history and remains an active Christian community. The church's architecture is magnificent. The building features a square tower topped with four spires.
Chalmers United Church

2) Chalmers United Church

Chalmers United Church is a beautiful and impressive church in the historic heart of the city. It is located near the famous Queen's University on Clergy Street. This church was built in 1890 and is a Free Presbyterian Church. It was named after Thomas Chalmers. The building is charming with its domed windows and elegant balconies on the tower of the church.
St. Mary's Cathedral

3) St. Mary's Cathedral (must see)

St Mary's Cathedral, built in 1842, is also called Kingston Cathedral. It is a historic cathedral located downtown. The cathedral has magnificent stained glass windows that depict biblical scenes, including the salvation of humanity by Jesus Christ. There are also beautiful icons at the cathedral that are true works of art. Be sure to see the cathedral's St. James's Chapel, which features sculptures of the first six bishops of Kingston.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

4) St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

St Andrew's Presbyterian Church is located in the center of the city. The church has a rich history. Its first service took place in 1822. The building was reconstructed in 1889, although much of the original design remains. St. Andrew's has a number of beautiful stained glass windows. One of the most notable windows depicts the biblical story of St. Andrew. There is a small chapel that was built behind the church in 1967 where you can see more amazing stained glass windows.
St. Paul's Anglican Church

5) St. Paul's Anglican Church

St Paul's Anglican Church is a historic church in downtown Kingston. The building was constructed in a simple, clean style. Molly Brant, sister of Mohawk leader Joseph Brant, is buried at the church. Molly was a brave Iroquois woman and a distinguished leader.
First Baptist Church

6) First Baptist Church

First Baptist Church is a beautiful church located downtown. It has domed windows and a small tower. The church boasts a number of magnificent stained glass windows that depict scenes from the Bible. The church was established more than 170 years ago.
Sydenham Street United Church

7) Sydenham Street United Church

Sydenham Street United Church was built in 1852 and is a prominent city landmark. It is part of the United Church of Canada. You will recognize this church by its high spire. Inside the church is one of Kingston's finest concert halls. People come here to enjoy musical concerts and other events.
St. George's Cathedral

8) St. George's Cathedral (must see)

St. George's Cathedral is where the Anglican Diocese of Ontario is located. The original church, built in 1792, was made of wood. The building that you see today was constructed from 1825 to 1828. It is a large and impressive building that earned the status of cathedral in 1862. The cathedral features a large, beautiful dome, an elegant entrance decorated with columns and a magnificent interior. There are also large stained glass windows that are true works of art. The church boasts excellent acoustics, and many musical concerts are held here.

Walking Tours in Kingston, Ontario

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Create Your Own Walk in Kingston

Creating your own self-guided walk in Kingston is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.0 Km or 3.1 Miles
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Tour Duration: 3 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.6 Km or 3.5 Miles
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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.6 Km or 2.9 Miles
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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.5 Km or 2.2 Miles