Historic HousesPhoto of Knox Presbyterian Church. Made with bricks and high peaking A-Frame roofs.

341 Eveline Street

The Presbyterians built a 36’ x 38’ church on this site in 1880 and a manse on the west side of the property in 1896. In 1903 provincial architect, Samuel Hooper drew up plans for a new church building. Construction began in 1904 and the church was in use by the end of that year. The older parts of the building rest on a fieldstone foundation, while the newer portions are supported by cement.

The church features decorative brick belts, corbelling near the roof and brick trim around the windows. The interior retains the original woodwork and has two stained glass windows by Winnipeg artist, Leo Mol.