Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic church is located in Vonda, Saskatchewan. This church is the first in the parish and was built around 1942. It’s built of wood construction with a basement and three cupolas. It was designed to seat 100 people, has electricity and central oil heating. The church was built through fundraising and private donations. Parishioners volunteered their time and skills for the construction. The property also has a mission cross, belfry and national home.
The church is still in use and is under the pastoral charge of Saskatoon.