St. Barnabas' Parish (Lytton, B.C.)

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St. Barnabas' Parish (Lytton, B.C.)

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Established in 1867, the Lytton Mission originally included both white and indian congregations. St. Barnabas, Lytton was the centre of the white mission, and was, at different points in its history, combined with the Church of St. Mary and St. Paul, which was the centre of the indian mission.

At different points in its history, the white mission has included: St. Michael and All Angels, North Bend; St. Mary the Virgin, Lillooet; and St. Peter's, Boston Bar.


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