Église Ste-Marie

Church in French Shore

The town of Church Point, also commonly known as Pointe de l'Église, takes its name from Église Ste-Marie, which towers over the town. Built between 1903 and 1905, the church is said to be the tallest wooden church in North America. An informative guide will show you around. Adjacent is the Université Ste-Anne, the only French university in the province and a center for Acadian culture.