St. Bede and St. Stephens Anglican Church

Address:99 Turner Avenue
Use:Place of worship
Other Work:1965
Architects:Dwight Johnston (1959)
Smith Carter and Associates (1965)

More Information

St. Bede’s Anglican had its organizational meeting in the Women’s Tribute Lodge in October 1955 and until the present church’s construction in 1959, they would occupy a part of a partition-less bungalow at the north-eastern corner of Turner Avenue and Mount Royal Road.

This 1959 building was designed by Dwight Johnston, and underwent an addition in 1965, designed by Winnipeg-based architectural firm, Smith Carter and Associates.

Significant Dates

  • Late September 1959, Foundations poured
  • November 20, 1959, First service held
  • November 27, 1959,Church dedicated

Design Characteristics

Suburb:Silver Heights


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