Union Bay, B.C. Canada
"Union Bay was first established as "Union Wharf" back in 1887. The community was developed as a port for the thriving coal mines at Union to the Northwest (later reincorporated as Cumberland)....Some of Union Bay's history has been preserved in what is called "Heritage Row". This row along Highway 19A includes the Gaolhouse, Post Office, Church, and School. It is preserved and maintained by the Union Bay Historical Society." (Link 1.)
Note Stained Glass Windows
Stained Glass Windows
( REF. 2006 photo)
Sketch of church by Diane Etherington
Photos: Taken in June 2013 by SW.
Reference: Union Bay United Community Church, 1906-2006.
Link 1: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_Bay,_British_Columbia