Join us for a very quick look at the Stranraer Saskatchewan United Church. Dating back to the 1920s, it’s simple and charming, made all that better given its location in a picturesque little valley on the otherwise flat and broad plains. Regular services were last held here many, many decades ago but even today, we understand, it’s opened up from time to time for weddings, special events and community functions. It’s been historically recognized since the 1990s.
Sadly timing was such that we only a had a few minutes to explore the building. Work called and we had not choice but to hit the road. We’d love to return however.
Saskatchewan is known as the “Land of Living Skies” and this day was no exception. The clouds boiled above us.
An amazing church on a lonely back road…
Notre Dame de Savoie Church.
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Date of adventure: June, 2015.
Location: Stranraer, SK.
This church grounds are publicly accessible.