195 Collegiate Street
May 27, 2017Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm
The new St. James Anglican Church is actually 94 years old. Its architecture is fairly traditional, featuring a high-beamed ceiling and bell tower and stained glass windows considered to be among the finest in the prairies. The East Window memorial dedicated to parishioners serving in both World Wars, the side windows dedicated to parishioners such as Cecil Johnson, a Winnipeg Grenadier killed in Hong Kong and the modern Leo Mol baptistery windows all beg a closer look. As does the Woodstock organ, installed in 1927 – quite a fundraising achievement for the time!