Arundel United Church

The Methodist and Congregational churches come together

Architecture inspired by the French gothic style from the Middle Ages

 In 1889, construction began on this Methodist church in the heart of Arundel's village core.

It is characterized by a large tower, built between 1938 and 1940 and very typical of Protestant churches, and by pointed-arch doors and windows, typical of the neo-gothic style that was popular in Quebec religious architecture at the time.

Explore the backcountry

This place of worship, one of the oldest in Les Laurentides RCM, is part of the ”Once Upon a Time in the Western Laurentians” Heritage Tour, available on BaladoDiscovery. The tour showcases the history of municipalities like Arundel, Amherst, Brébeuf and Huberdeau, home to the late Frédéric Back, a socially engaged artist and humanist, and the late Serge Bouchard, an anthropologist, author and media personality.

Where French and English colonization meet

Taking the tour will help you discover the beauty and history of this rural, farming region shaped by the meeting and confluence of English and French settlements. Discover Arundel train station now a post office, the Brébeuf covered bridge, and the 5-10-15 store—a great place to find bargains and “bavasser” (chat) with locals!

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