Tuesday, December 05, 2006


St Edmund's, Tobermory

St Edmund's, Tobermory, OntarioSt. Edmund's Church was built in 1959 with the belfry added in 1983. It has a core congregation of 20 with up to 80 attending during the summer tourist season.

There is a Parish Hall and an attached cottage, both are used frequently.

Inside the church are altar linens and hangings made by the Chancel Guild and at the back of the altar is a mosaic that depicts Jesus on the shore of Lake Galilee. It was given in memory Rev. T. J. Hamilton who was the first school master in Tobermory.