St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church

Address:65 Walnut Street
Use:Place of worship
Constructed:1969 – 1970
Architects:Étienne Gaboury
Firms:Gaboury Lussier Sigurdson Architects
Tours:Part of the QR Code Tour

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St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, designed by Gaboury, Lussier, Sigurdson Architects and constructed in 1970, is spiral in plan, and features an array of window shapes and sizes, including a generously sized window at the sanctuary's highest point.

Significant Dates

  • 1968, Building fund campaign launched
  • 1969, Lot at Walnut Street and Wolseley Avenue purchased from City of Winnipeg

Design Characteristics

  • Construction cost, $250,000
  • Seating capacity, 450
  • Classrooms in basement, offices on main floor
  • Interior finished in exposed clay brick, cedar plank roofing


  • Madeline Bernier. 'German Speaking Congregation Plans New Church." Winnipeg Tribune, January 18, 1969.
  • Walking in Wolseley. Manitoba Historical Society, 1988.
  • University of Manitoba, Winnipeg Building Inventory.