OLD CHRIST CHURCH
Founded as a Mission by the society for the propagation of the Gospel in response to a petition from twenty-two inhabitants of Dover in 1703. The present church was erected in 1734 among early missionaries here was the Rev. Charles Inglis, later first Bishop of Nova Scotia.
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LOCATION: Dover. On southeast corner of State and Water Streets.