St Paul Parish Interior Charlottetown PEI by Debra Martz This historical Anglican church was constructed in 1896, marking the third building in the same location. The moment you step into the entrance of the church, you notice the balanced proportions of every part of the structure, complemented by the beautiful stained glass memorial windows. The wooden ribbed ceiling, stained in a shade of mahogany, enhances the atmosphere of the interior. Although not a large church (it can accommodate around 450 people), its architecture creates a sense of openness. The chancel is designed in such a way that the sounds produced by the organ, singers, and speakers reverberate throughout the entire church.