Winnipeg Architecture Foundation

Places

Buildings

North Kildonan United Church

Address:174 Pentland Street
Use:Place of worship
Original Use:Place of worship
Constructed:1975
Architects:H. J. Funk and Sons
Firms:H. J. Funk and Sons

Significant Dates

  • 1959, Dickson family donated land for new church construction
  • 1961, Temporary building moved to site
  • 1975, Construction begins
  • January 19 1976, Dedication service

Design Characteristics

Suburb:River East
  • Stained glass by Leo Mol moved to church in 1982 from St Jude's Anglican Church
  • Wood frame construction
  • Tyndall stone facade
  • Concrete slab on grade
  • Gable roof

Sources

  • 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) 254.
  • Winnipeg: North Kildonan File, UCA. "North Kildonan United Church: Service of Dedication and Induction", January 18, 1976, 10-11.