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St. George's Anglican Church

Ajax, Ontario






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*  theatre



St. George's Anglican Church was built in the late 1800's and restored in the mid 1990's.  A simple parish hall was built in the 1950's, and has been in constant use for Church, community and daycare groups since that time. As the Ajax area has grown, so has the need for larger space - both for worship and ancillary use.  The design concept is to create an open cloister between the new and old churches - ensuring that the historical Church remains a focus for the congregation and community.  The existing parish hall is wrapped by additions to the north, east and west - creating much need space to enlarge the daycare and provide for programme space for the Church and community at large, and to create a new Church seating 350 parishioners.  The existing hall of 6,000 sq. ft. is fully renovated and, with the new wings, has resulted in a total building size of 17,500 sq. ft. The construction budget was $2 million and the project was completed in the fall of 2003.


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