Built between 1844 -1849, this is the oldest stone church in Western Canada, a National Heritage Site that is still used for public worship. The kneeling benches are covered in buffalo hide, many original inside fixtures remain.
Explore and find many of the early Red River pioneer families in Manitoba that rest in the graveyard here. You will recognize the names from reading Manitoba history.
For more detailed history on these churches and area see: https://redrivernorthheritage.com/download/5059/
Location/Directions: St. Andrews Rd. & River Road, on the River Road Heritage Parkway