Winnipeg Architecture Foundation

Places

Buildings

Winnipeg Korean Seventh Day Adventist Church

Formerly:Donnelly United Church
Westridge United Church
Westridge-Windermere United Church
Address:1226 Waller Avenue
Use:Place of worship
Original Use:Place of worship
Constructed:1964 (corner stone 1963)
Architects:Moody Moore and Partners
Firms:Moody Moore and Partners

More Information

A striking assemblage of curving and angular stucco-clad walls, 1226 Waller Avenue was built to house Donnelly United Church. The building's principal designer was Peter Holthausen, then at the firm of Moody Moore and Partners.

Significant Dates

  • February 1964, Opening and Dedication of Westridge Church structure
  • 1974, Advent of Donnelly United Church
  • 2006, Church closure, sold to Winnipeg Korean Seventh Day Adventist Church

Design Characteristics

Suburb:Maybank, Fort Garry
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Sources

  • Keshavjee, Serena. [Ed.] Winnipeg Modern: Architecture, 1945-1975. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2006.
  • Neil Bingham, A Study of the Church Buildings in Manitoba of the Congregational, Methodist, Presbyterian and United Churches of Canada. Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources, 1987.

Locations of Supporting Information

  • The United Church Archives of the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario, University of Winnipeg, Archives and Special Collections