First Council Meeting of 2015
Council meetings normally take place on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Due to the New Year holiday, the first ... (more)
Snow Clearing Regulations
The Town has updated and adopted its Snow Clearing Regulations effective December 2, 2014. the Town's Snow Clearing ... (more)
Burin Peninsula Waste Management Corporation
Please click on the link below for changes to waste colleciton during Christmas and New Year's.Changes to Waste Collection ... (more)
All businesses operating within the Town of Marystown’s planning area (including Beau Bois, Spanish Room, Jean de Baie ... (more)
No Smoking Policy
Please be advised that the Town of Marystown has a No Smoking Policy in effect at all of its municipal buildings. This ... (more)
New Recreation Complex
The new Recreation Complex is well underway. Below is a rendering of what the new building will look like.
While the town contains a diverse mixture of churches of varying denominations, the largest of the town is Christian. The information presented here is from a 2001 census from Statistics Canada
Sacred Heart Parish
Established in 1910, the original edifice, constructed in the early 1900s had to be reconstructed in the mid 1980s due to a fire. In more recent years, the church has received much attention from the news when a family of illegal immigrants from Israel resided there as a place of sanctuary. The Portnoy family stayed in the church's basement for a total of 962 days while seeking citizenship status.
Calvary Pentecost Church
Establishment of the church began in 1956. It was not until 1958 that the first Pentecost church in Marystown was officially completed. Since then there have been three Pentecost churches erected in the Marystown area: the original edifice in 1958, the second in 1974, and the current church that was built in 1995.
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
It wasn't until the 1970s that the Seventh Day Adventists established a significant population in Marystown. The construction of the first church began in 1985 along with a Seventh-Day school. Though the construction was completed much earlier, 1987 demarks the official church opening.
Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom
- Anglican Parrish of Marystown, Greenwood Street, 279-2939
- Heritage Baptist Church, 773 Ville Marie Drive, 279-0977
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 633 Ville Marie Drive, 279-2110
- Pentecostal Church, Creston North, 279-2882
- Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Ville Marie Drive, 279-1625
- Salvation Army Citadel, Creston Boulevard, 279-2788
- Seventh-Day Adventist, Creston North, 279-2807