Clam Harbour Church
The Clam Harbour United Church (1894) was built by the Clam Harbour congregation, under the direction of Fred and Henry Stoddard, who were trained carpenters. The framework of the building is constructed entirely of hand-hewn timbers and the basic integrity of the structure, more than a hundred years later, is a testament to the builders' skills.
This beautiful community church was restored to its late 1940s state by the Heritage Society. The restoration included building a replica of the original belfry (including a bell); restoring the stairs to the balcony and the balcony pews; painting the interior in its original colours; finding and installing a wood stove; shingling the outside with wooden shingles; and building and installing a replica of the diamond window originally located above the entrance door.
The church is now available for a variety of services, including weddings.