Historic Knox Church Crystal Falls Quebec Canada

Interior photo just prior to the service September 2, 2007

The Knox Church Crystal Falls Memorial Fund is a federally registered charity whose mandate is to preserve the cemetery and church at Crystal Falls Quebec. The fund is also interested in supporting the preservation of other small rural churches in Quebec and historical photos and records. There are links to photos at the bottom of this page. All management of the fund is voluntary and 100% of donations are directed towards the fund's objectives. If you are interested in supporting the fund and becoming a member, you may send your donations to Knox Church Crystal Falls Memorial Fund, 339 Crystal Falls Road, Arundel Quebec J0T 1A0.
There is an annual Labour Day Weekend service that has become a tradition over the years as a gathering for all those associated with the church and those interested in its preservation. The service is held on the Sunday of Labour Day Weekend at 2pm. In addition, there is a Christmas Eve carol fest (not a service) that is held at 5pm Christmas Eve, December 24th.
The Knox Church is also available for weddings, baptisms and funerals. The church can seat approximately 60 people. Although the church is Presbyterian, other faiths are welcome. We can arrange to put you in touch with wedding planners and ministers in the local area should you wish to arrange a "Country Wedding". For information please call Chris Goodfellow at 819-687-3315 or fax: 819-687-2276 or email us at knox@laurentianweb.com.
  • James Buckingham first recipient Canon Horace G. Baugh Crystal Falls Memorial Scholarship
  • Interactive cemetery map - Photos of gravestones. Click here.
  • 2007 Service Photos
    2006 Service Photos
    2005 Service Photos
    2002 Illumination Ceremony
    Historical and Other Photos of Knox Church

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    last update October 15, 2007