Religious

Documenting churches throughout Saskatchewan include rural, urban, abandoned, and active buildings. Sites include churches and other religious buildings all across Saskatchewan. We cover all religious buildings including Ukrainian Catholic, Ukrainian Orthodox, Lutheran, Catholic, United, Presbyterian, Anglican, United, Orthodox, Methodist and more. We also visit synagogues, missions and Doukhobor prayer homes.

We use photography on the ground and drones to capture different aspects of these buildings. We also do video walkthroughs of churches that we are able to get access to.

We have photographed all the Ukrainian Catholic and Ukrainian Orthodox churches in Saskatchewan!

Abandoned Otthon united church in SK

We weren’t able to find much information on this old church. We know that it was a Hungarian settlement, there was a bit of a town and this church has the name “Otthon United Church” on it. Today it sits vacant but is still a beautiful site to see.

Descent of the Holy Spirit (Chechow/Checkhiv) Ukrainian Catholic in Saskatchewan

This Ukrainian Catholic church is known as Descent of the Holy Spirit, Holy Ghost, and Chekhiv or Chechow. It is still used for a few services a year and is well-loved by congregation members. Holy Ghost church was built in 1906 and relocated in 1927 to a different spot on the same site. It cost …

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Abandoned Holy Ghost Orthodox Church in the Ghost Town of Insinger, Saskatchewan

The Holy Ghost church in Insinger Saskatchewan is becoming one of the most well known abandoned churches in Saskatchewan. We do not know much about this church. We know that it was built sometime in the 1940’s, it’s Ukrainian Orthodox and it’s not brick on the outside, its faux brick (you know that shingle material …

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