"Half Moon Bay welcomes visitors to worship services on Sunday afternoons at 4:00 during the summer. Arrive early to listen to 15 minutes of music. Mostly small boats or dinghies anchor in the beautiful natural rock bay to sing hymns and listen to guest speakers in the non-denominational services. The tradition of worship in Half Moon Bay began in 1887. People came from neighbouring islands and from Gananoque to meet for a Vesper Service early on Sunday evening during July and August. Situated on Bostwick Island in the Admiralty Group, the place is a natural bay of carved rock, compliments of the retreating glaciers. David Wallace, from Amesbury Massachusetts, designated this land in his will, "always for a place for the Worship of God and for no other purpose".