Mount View Church Hall

Mount View Church Hall,
172 Stanley Drive, Sackville, N.B. 
Built in 1898 the Mount View Church Hall has served the Mount View area on the outskirts of Sackville for over 100 years.
Mount View Church Hall
Following several years of preparation, a group of residents built the Mount View Church Hall on land donated by Ovid Weldon. Across the road, a 50 foot square lot was donated from the Albert Ayer property to be used for a horse hovel. The hall was officially opened on January 1, 1898, and designated for use by any Christian organization. The pastors of Middle Sackville Baptist Church conducted regular worship services here until the late 1970s. Over the years the hall has been used for Sunday School, Sewing Circle, Youth Group, concerts, weddings, showers, music nights, and community meetings. It was refurbished in 1954 and again in 1998 when the 100th Anniversary Celebrations were held.This marker placed by descendants of the original founders and Tantramar Historic Sites 2005


Marker placed by descendants of the original founders and by Tantramar Historic Sites, and unveiled on Sunday 19 June 2005.
Mount View

established 1898

“Historic plaque unveiled to celebrate rich history of Mount View Church Hall,” Sackville Tribune-Post, 29 June 2005.

Hamilton, Bill, “A tale of three community halls,” Sackville Tribune-Post, 5 October 2005, p.5.

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