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!


New Stockholm Lutheran Church

Rural Saskatchewan is endless and you never know what you will find. We always go out seeking abandoned buildings, including churches, but of course we run into rural buildings that are historic and sometimes still in use. The best example of this is rural churches, some are preserved historic sites while others may actually hold …

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Beth Israel Jewish Synagogue | Oldest Synagogue in Saskatchewan

The Beth Israel Synagogue was built in 1908 in rural Saskatchewan. The property has a cemetery on site that was established in 1906. It is the oldest surviving synagogue in Saskatchewan. In 1906 Jewish settlers from South Africa came to found the Edenbridge Hebrew Colony. They built the synagogue and established the cemtery. It serves …

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Corpus Christi Memorial Chapel and Cemetery

I have had no luck finding any information on this church. All I know is this is a memorial chapel in memory of a much large Catholic church that would have been on this site. This cute little chapel has a few elements inside as well as graveyard behind it. The site is maintained. ​

Abandoned and Moldy Grace United Church in Saskatchewan

In southwest Saskatchewan there is a small abandoned United church. It doesn’t look like much from the outside but the interior proved to be neat. Inside the church was the original pulpit, bibles, decorations and a few other items. For an abandoned church it was neat.