Exclusive photos of the tower structure of Annette Street Baptist Church

On Sept. 23, 2008  the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec (“the Convention”) decided to sell  200 Annette Street which they acquired at the closure of Annette St. Baptist Church at nominal value.  The property was loaned to the Czechoslovak Church since 1980,  who have decided not to continue the usage of the building.

The Convention is stating they have been  unsuccessful in finding an alternate use of the property.

The site is approximately 9,700 square feet.

Inside the church viewed from just inside the entry doors

Inside the church viewed from front of the church - the tower is the square outcrop from the building shell to the left of the people standing just inside the front doors.

1st view as you climb from the 1st floor (in use finshed section) into the second level

1st view as you climb from the 1st floor (in use finished section) into the second level

Looking into the roof structure of the front tower from the second level

Looking into the roof structure of the front tower from the second level

Construction detail south east corner of the front tower

Construction detail south east corner of the front tower

Photo credit – Junctioneer

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