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Our Lady of Mercy Heritage Church & Complex

Discover the heritage and traditions of the history of the largest wooden structure in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador!


At 115 ft. tall the church seats 1,000 people and was built over 11-years by local craftspeople 100-years ago. It features stained-glass windows, stations of the cross constructed of Italian Carrera marble, original statues, and an altar carved with a pocket knife.


Browse a beautiful selection of knitted, sewn, painted, and crafted items in our Gift Shoppe, all made by talented locals from the surrounding communities.

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White teacups and saucers with various floral designs sit on a table with a yellow tablecloth.
Knitted mittens on many different colours and patterns.
Open May 17 to
September 30, 2023
Volunteer with us
Annual Port au Port
Agricultural & Craft Fair

We are open seasonally, although we do host various events throughout the year. If you're planning to visit with a tour group, please contact us to book.

We're always happy to welcome new volunteers to help with our various events, tours, craft & gift shop, tea room, and more. Please reach out if you would like to volunteer!

The 48th Annual Port au Port Agricultural & Craft Fair will take place September 30 & October 1, 2023. Crafts, baked goods, vegetables, preserves, petting farm, and homecooked meals! 

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