A sign at the gate of Saint Columba Anglican Church and Cemetery states: "Built by the early settlers to the glory of God.Consecrated on November 2, 1898."
It was one of the earliest churches built in the district, and although regular services ceased in 1959, Saint Columba is still host to occasional weddings and baptisms and the cemetery is still in service. The site is maintained by descendants of the early church members and was declared a Municipal Heritage Property in 1997. This little church is near Tuxford, Saskatchewan and will have its one hundred and twentieth anniversary later this year.
"Charming" is an understatement.