We’re starting a new series here today at The Hollow called “Coming Soon“.  Periodically we have pictures ready to publish but the blog post requires some research and is in the writing stage.  St. Stephen’s Anglican Church in Central Saanich is a great example of this as we continue our project “The Anglican Church Project” with our collaboration with the Anglican Diocese of BC.

St. Stephen's Anglican Church - Central Saanich, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

St. Stephen’s Anglican Church – Central Saanich, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada –

It was a cold but clear day on the day we visited, and the light was exquisite for this time of year.  Built in 1862 this wonderful character church is still active in service today.  We were delighted to have a chance to spend some time here in the afternoon and capture an extensive series of photographs that we will be featuring in our upcoming post.  Stay tuned, my friends, we’ve got some pretty interesting details to share alongside the collection of photographs we are sure everyone will enjoy.

Thanks for popping by to see us today, we really appreciate it.  As always, we love to hear from all our visitors so please feel free to leave us any comments you may have.




  1. avatar Jimi Jones says:

    So looking forward to the series, Toad. Today’s sneak peak pic looks great.

    I am certain that the history of the church will be quite interesting.

  2. avatar Edith Levy says:

    Looking forward to the whole series Toad. I love the leading lines in the image. A beauty as usual.

  3. avatar colleen namur says:

    I’m excited to see and read more!! I Love this place, some family members of ours live just down the road from this Church….

  4. avatar Rachel Cohen says:

    Lovely framing Toad! I look forward to this new series! 🙂

  5. avatar LensScaper says:

    Churches always surprise by their content, and I am sure this one will be no exception. I’m anticipating a lot of exposed wood – but then I may be wrong. Don’t leave us guessing too long, Toad.

  6. What a cool little place, cannot wait to see more