|Formerly:||Rosedale United Church|
|Address:||525 Beresford Avenue|
|Use:||Place of worship|
|Original Use:||Place of worship|
|Architects:||Prain and Ward|
|Firms:||Prain and Ward|
|Contractors:||Arlington Builders Ltd.|
The Church and Hall, constructed in 1957, was designed for a growing congregation by Prain and Ward. It replaced a smaller structure of similar function constructed in 1948. The complex includes an auditorium, modern lounge, offices, minister’s study, nursery, kindergarten, junior club room and a main hall. The expansion of the structure to accommodate recreational, educational, and multi-functional programs reflects a broader trend at the time in the design of United Church facilities.
The two storey structure is constructed of red brick veneer on concrete block, has a flat roof and lacks a full basement. The front facade is finished with needle point brick work.