Just a quick correction, we are talking about the tallest wooden building in North America, l'Église Sainte-Marie in Pointe-de-l'Église/Church Point, Nova Scotia!
Meteghan, NS, 18 km further down SW, has a church, actually it's fourth one!
The first one was built in 1815 and demolished in 1888 to build a bigger one. (No photo)
The second one stood from 1888-1943, when it burned down.
Then, the people went to church in the parish hall for a few years. They built their third church in 1967. It burned down in 1971.
The fourth one was built in 1972, is still there and still in use.
The small Acadian municipality of Clare, NS, had at one point 9 catholic churches. Four are still in use.