St. John's Cathedral

For over 100 years St John’s Cathedral has stood watch on the banks of the beautiful South Saskatchewan River…a constant witness to the faith and vision of early pioneers and all those who have followed.

Construction began in 1912 and was completed in 1917. The exterior of Alberta Redcliffe brick is trimmed by Terracotta, prepared by the Doulton firm of Staffordshire, England. The foundation is faced with Saskatchewan granite and the entrances are graced by Tyndal stone steps.

With many interesting features including a large collection of stained-glass windows and a unique set of tubular chimes housed in the tallest church spire in western Canada this well maintained landmark is a wonderful spiritual setting for the Columbarium.

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