This was a stop during a road trip on August 12, 2017. I will say that this is southwest of Unity, Saskatchewan in a very rural area. There is nothing near this church. There is a population challenged small town a few miles up the road. Other than that there is nothing nearby. It is a Roman Catholic Church built from 1918 to 1920 and is still in use.
After going inside I was immediately struck by the interior. It is an amazing sight.
Looking back from in front of the altar to the balcony.
I spent a fair amount of time admiring the artwork. The artwork was done by a famous artist, Count Berthold von Imhoff. He did the artwork for a number of rural churches. This is the first time I had encountered his work. I am somewhat religious. I am not Catholic. I could not help but feel a deep sense of reverence in this place. I enjoyed the beautiful silence of this church. I could have spent hours here.
The view from the upper level at the back.
From the inside looking out.