Queenston Chapel was built in 1862 and boasts authentic gothic-styled stained glass windows and graceful curved oak pews. This beautiful chapel can accommodate 100 people and is complete with built in microphone, organ and music system. Located directly beside the Laura Secord Homestead, there is plenty of parking available for family and friends. Food and beverage is permitted in the chapel.
Resurrection Cemetery & Crematorium is committed to provide the people of Sarnia with a well maintained, full service cemetery embracing people of all faiths. Resurrection Cemetery offers both traditional and cremation ground burial, mausoleum and cremation entombment.
Riverside Cemetery is home to a beautiful small chapel that is perfect for funerals, memorials and gatherings and seats 30 people. There is also an on-site crematorium. Located at the corner of Lawrence and Royal York.
Chapel is not air conditioned. Features glass-fronted niche walls with urns.
Rose Chapel is a quaint and historic, fully restored chapel originally built in 1886. Original pews have been fully restored and the stained glass windows offer lots of natural lighting making this the perfect place for funerals and memorial services.
Other amenities: Bereavement rates offered at Best Western across the parking lot. Hotel restaurant or multi-function room is available for luncheon or reception needs.
Runnymede Presbyterian Church has available several areas for rent. All areas are tastefully decorated, bright, airy, clean and well maintained. Most areas are wheelchair accessible and one washroom is wheelchair accessible. The church is located in the west end of Toronto and is easily accessible by both public transit and by car.
A beautiful, modern facility with all the amenities needed to host small or large funeral gatherings in a comfortable and inviting atmosphere. Free parking in large, private lot. Large kitchen available beside reception space for food storage and/or preparation. Conveniently located on Kipling, north of the 401. The space is open to all faiths or denominations.
St. James Cemetery and Crematorium is part of The Cathedral Church of St. James and is the oldest operating cemetery in Toronto having opened in 1844. The cemetery is home to a beautiful church-like chapel that is a perfect location for funerals and memorial services. The chapel provides seating for 200 people but isn’t so big that a smaller service can’t be held very comfortably.
St. John’s Dixie is a beautiful cemetery set in the heart of Mississauga and is home to a newly built chapel that is absolutely stunning. Different sized chapels allow for small, medium and large funerals, memorials and tailored services. There is also a reception facility and crematorium on-site.
St. John’s Norway is a non-denominational cemetery has been serving the communities of Toronto since 1853. As one of the oldest cemeteries in Toronto, St. John’s ensured its ability to continue to serve Toronto in 1998 by adding a chapel and crematorium.