History and Heritage
Uxbridge, Ontario – Moving to Uxbridge?
Uxbridge Churches have, and continue to play a major role in the History and Heritage of Uxbridge.
They represent the diversity of the residents of Uxbridge. For those considering a move to Uxbridge we have included links to the church websites where available. You will find some of the web sites provide a look into the history of Uxbridge as the church evolves with and within the community.
The Friends meeting House EST. 1820 and located at 6800 Concession Road 6, in Uxbridge, Ontario is the oldest building still standing in Uxbridge.
The following are Churches that are located throughout Uxbridge with many of them located in or near the heart of the community
Goodwood Baptist Church Est. 1876 – 283 Highway 47, Goodwood, Ontario
Goodwood United Church Est. 1907 – 3999 Front Street, Goodwood, Ontario
Living Water Community Church Est. 1997 – 141 Reach Street, Uxbridge, Ontario
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church– 70 Toronto Street North, Uxbridge, Ontario
Sandford United Church Est. 1898 – 405 Sandford Road, Uxbridge Ontario
Siloam United Church Est. 1875 – 285 Regional Road 8, Uxbridge, Ontario
St. Andrew’s Chalmer’s Presbyterian Est. 1869 – 40-B Toronto Street South, Uxbridge, Ontario
St. Paul’s Anglican Church Est. 1888 – 65 Toronto Street South, Uxbridge, Ontario
St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church Est. 1906 – 11850 12251 Regional Road#1, Leaskdale, Ontario
Trinity United Church Est. 1858 – 20 First Ave Uxbridge, Ontario
Uxbridge Baptist Church– 231 Brock Street West, Uxbridge, Ontario
Zephyr United Church Est. 1888 – 12990 Regional Road 39, Uxbridge, Ontario