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St. James The Apostle, Third Church

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Today, the third St. James the Apostle, built in 1902 at 7 Bond Street East in Fenelon Falls, sits only a few hundred feet from its original location.

Silver communion plate used to serve bread; and silver chalice used to serve communion wine.

Silver chalice and paten, donated by Mrs. Stafford Kirkpatrick, 1838.

The chalice and paten used today were gifts of the Wallis family as was the beautiful relief sculpture by the renowned artist Katherine Wallis.

A bass engraved plaque showing Jesus surrounded by children and flanked by two angels.

Relief sculpture by artist Katherine Wallis.

At St. James, you will also find an antique butternut wood cabinet, handmade from local wood, holding artefacts.  Many historic items are still on display today.

Photograph of a butternut oak buffet and hutch.

The butternut cabinet was used in the original log church, circa 1840.