Village of Port Williams

Biggest Little Port in the World

Upcoming Events

Ken-Wo Bridge Club
22 May 2017
05:00PM - 11:00PM

PW Women's Institute - Craft time
23 May 2017
09:00AM - 11:00AM

Ken-Wo Bridge Club
23 May 2017
01:00PM - 05:00PM

TOPS
23 May 2017
06:30PM - 09:00PM

Cardio Tennis for Seniors
25 May 2017
10:00AM - 11:00AM

Quilt Guild Workshop
27 May 2017
09:00AM - 04:00PM

Dance Time
28 May 2017
01:00PM - 05:00PM

Port Williams United Baptist Church, 1031 Main Street

"Welcome to the website of "the friendly village church" in Port Williams, Nova Scotia, CANADA. We are an ecumenical, inclusive congregation, extending open membership and an open Communion table to all followers of Jesus Christ. Our worship is rich in a variety of music and forms, following the Revised Common Lectionary through the Church Year. Our life together is marked by many opportunities for learning, service, and fellowship. We are a member of the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches, the Atlantic Baptist Fellowship, and the Wolfville Area Inter-Church Council.

We warmly invite you to join us for worship on Sunday mornings, and for any of the activities in the life of our church."


St. John's Anglican Church, 1505 at the intersection of Hwy 358 and Church Street

St. John's is part of the Parish of Cornwallis. "The Parish is part of the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, which is a part of the Anglican Church of Canada, which is part of the Anglican Communion. The Anglican Communion is a worldwide family of churches in communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Church of England. The Parish began with the coming of the New England Planters in 1760 from Rhode Island and Connecticut. Throughout the years the Parish has offered faithful worship to God and witness to the Risen Christ in the community.



Cemetaries:
  • Starr's Point Cemetery - The last resting place of the pioneer Planter settler, Major Samuel Starr.
  • Fox Hill Cemetery - Many of the first English families are buried at Fox Hill.
  • St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery - Dates from the building of the church in 1804.

 

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