A few of the highlights for me included the salvaged stained glass windows that were on display throughout the church (in addition to the original ones too obviously) and the old framed Roll of Honour lists which distinguished those who served in the Canadian military, specifically during the World Wars. I loved seeing artifacts, memorials, and pictures from the church's history proudly on display.
The front of the church used to feature an organ and an area for the choir, but they were removed during the major renovation and expansion during the 1950s. The pipes of the organ are still there, but they're covered up behind boards and the front curtain so they're not easily visible. All things considered, the church has been well maintained for all these years. It was amazing to see up close.