The nine stained-glass windows and the bell contribute to the unique and timeless quality of the Church. The Church originally had two stained glass windows; the rest are believed to have been added in the 1960’s.
Memorial to members of the parish who served and gave their lives in World War 1. It was installed in the 1920’s, and we believe it was made by a Toronto firm. A tablet on the wall records the names of the fallen men.
This is a memorial to Col. H.B Sanderson and his wife, Minnie, who were parents of F. L. Sanderson, the churchwarden for many years. While we are still confirming, we believe it was made in the 1920’s by a Toronto firm.
This is a memorial to Heather Jeffery who died in 1976 (at the age of 12) and created by Calgary artist Karl Lengauer (Avanti Studio). Note the ‘local’ scenery included with Jesus and the children.
Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus
John baptizing Jesus on the River Jordan
If you have any history or additional information on these stained glass windows, we would love to add it! Please contact us if you can contribute any history or additional information on these stained glass windows.
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We hope you enjoy these selected photos of Historic St. Pauls Anglican Church.
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We hope you enjoy these selected images courtesy of the Glenbow Museum Archives.
We hope you enjoy the photos of the work and effort to showcase the new steeple for the historic St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Midnapore.