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Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church / St. Andrew’s United Church (338 Hamilton Street, Manitou, Municipality of Pembina)

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This church in Manitou, originally of the Presbyterian faith and, as of July 1924, a United church, was designed by James McDiarmid and built in 1901 by contractor George Ullyot. It is a municipally designated historic site.

Clerics

Period

Cleric

1881-1889

J. A. Townsend

1889-1897

William Caven

1897-1907

Thomas Beveridge (1865-1932)

1907-1912

Peter Scott

1912-1915

J. O. Talston

1916-1918

William Stott

1918-1920

A. McMillan

1920-1924

R. Smalley

1924-1928

A. C. Strachan

1928-1934

W. S. Atchinson

1934-1940

G. F. Dyker

1940-1946

C. J. W. Cruikshank

1946-1951

C. J. King

1951-1958

J. A. Ross

1958-1965

J. W. Bray

1966

H. Smith

1966-1970

F. Muldew

1970-?

Doris Archibald

Photos & Maps

Postcard view of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

Postcard view of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (no date)
Source: Archibald Museum

St. Andrew's United Church

St. Andrew’s United Church (July 2013)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough

Interior of St. Andrew’s United Church

Interior of St. Andrew’s United Church (August 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Location (lat/long): N49.24219, W98.53969
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Municipally Designated Historic Sites

Sources:

Manitou, Step Back in Time by Manitou Pembina Municipal Heritage Committee, no date.

Pembina, Manitou: 100th Anniversary and Reunion, July 2-8, 1979 by Pembina-Manitou Centennial Committee, 1979, page 168.

We thank Pat Miles and George Penner for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 31 December 2018

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