Created By: Goulbourn Township Historical Society
Formerly a Methodist church, this brick building was built in 1901 and was the third Methodist church in Richmond. Methodism came to Richmond soon after the founding of the village. Saddlebag preachers such as Rev. Ezra Healey paid regular visits, travelling by horse and on foot when the roads were bad. The name was changed to St. Paul’s United Church in 1925 at the time of church union.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Richmond Ontario's 200th Anniversary Walking Tour