Third Avenue United Church

Constructed of limestone in Tyndall Gothic style, Third Avenue United Church was the largest stone structure in Saskatoon’s downtown, built of natural stone from its foundation to the top of its two towers. In 1913, it was described as "one of the most architecturally beautiful edifices in Canada.” It also contains the largest sanctuary of any church on the prairies, which today remains the third largest sanctuary in Canada. Through the digital preservation effort completed in June 2012, Third Avenue United Church is now digitally archived, preserving the memory, specifications, and heritage in the event it is ever destroyed or demolished.

Historical Period
1912 CE - 1913 CE
52° 7' 54" N, 106° 39' 35" W


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