Historic Sites of Manitoba: Eden Presbyterian Church / Eden United Church (Eden, RM of Rosedale)

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The former United Church at Eden, in the Rural Municipality of Rosedale, was designed by the local elevator and lumberyard manager V. O. Herman, with carpentry work done by George McFadyen, H. Thompson, Archie McFayden, Mr. Atkinson, and others. The opening service occurred in the fall of 1905 with Rev. Charles W. Gordon as the guest speaker. In 1922, the Presbyterians and Methodists amalgamated to form Eden United Church in this building.

The final church service was held on 21 June 1992 and the building was later converted into a private residence.





Rev. Richmond, Rev. Manson, Rev. Archie McClean, Rev. Mackie Nivon, Rev. Robert Patterson, Rev. Heeney


Rev. S. O. Irvine and Rev. Bailey


Rev. McKay, Rev. Colpitts, Rev. McKenzie, Walter Lewis Thomas Patteson (?-1944), Rev. Nixon, Rev. Davis, Rev. Mclntosh, Rev. William Hoggman, Rev. Woitte, Rev. Burton, Rev. Smith, Rev. Wall, Rev. Robert Histead

Photos & Coordinates

The former Eden United Church

The former Eden United Church (May 2019)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.37473, W99.47020
denoted by symbol on the map above


Rosedale Remembers: 1884-1984 by Rosedale Centennial Committee, 1984, pages 82-83.

“Thank you,” Neepawa Banner, 6 July 1992, page 31.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 November 2023

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