Nova Scotia meeting house style churches

Probably the only 3 Meeting House style of churches in Nova Scotia. None of them are any longer of the real Quaker style still remaining in New England, USA

A National, Provincial and United Church of Canada Maritime Conference Historic Site. Soon after the arrival of the New England Planters in 1760 clergy followed them to this area to guide them in Christian ways. The Rev. James Murdoch, a Presbyter...
A full 360° panoramic view of the interior of the church. Built in 1818-1820 in the Transition Phase Meeting House style it is the oldest documented Baptist house of worship in Nova Scotia. Located on the Northwest road between Blockhouse and Lune...
A full 360° panoramic view of the interior of the church with new nadir cap added. Built in 1818-1820 in the Transition Phase Meeting House style it is the oldest documented Baptist house of worship in Nova Scotia. Located on the Northwest road be...
This is the balcony view of the Old Meeting House in Barrington. See the previous panorama and the description from the Canada's Historical Places web site, here: http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=11708&pid=0
 The Old Barrington Meeting House was designated a national historic site of Canada because:- this meeting house is one of the oldest surviving buildings in English-speaking Canada; - both its exterior and its interior imitate meeting houses found...