Prior to 1839, our town relied on the Eaton Family Homestead to host its weekly service but as the flock grew, the need for space became ever apparent. A small church was built not far from the city’s centre that was said to be quaint and charming, as it backed onto the Twelve Mile Creek. While we’d love to visit, it burnt down many years ago and strangely no one seems to know its exact location – no record or photos have surfaced since. Its whereabouts can only be narrowed as close to its colloquial name by which it was known throughout the community; the Chapel on the Twelve.
Chapel on the Twelve
RS: 26 g/L