Old St. James Anglican Church (PHS)

Old St. James Anglican Church (PHS), built in 1853, is the oldest surviving wooden church in Western Canada. This site became the local point of settlement westward along the Assiniboine River, and gave its name to the surrounding area. Location: Portage Avenue at Tylehurst Street.

Annual Opening: fourth Sunday in June, 10:00 am

July and August:

9:30 am - Holy Eucharist with sermon and hymns; Book of Common Prayer

(Note: while all summer services are scheduled for the Heritage Church location, sometimes there may be a return to the 195 Collegiate Street church for a special event. Check our Calendar page for possible changes)
  • Manitoba History
  • Provincial Heritage Site