St Andrews Presbyterian Church - Historic Places Days

St Andrews Presbyterian Church

Brandon, Manitoba
Places of Faith
361 Russell Street, Brandon, MB, Canada
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Weekdays 10-noon Sunday10-noon
204 727-4414

St. Andrews Church boasts the oldest church building in the city of Brandon, Manitoba. Built in 1885 and home to First Baptist Church , it was moved to 13th Street where it became Knox Presbyterian Church. In 1910 it was rolled using logs and horses to its current location and became St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
services are held each Sunday morning beginning at 10:30 am.


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361 Russell Street, Brandon, MB, Canada
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