Saturday, 29 September 2018

Saint James Anglican Church

A small abandoned church in Hazenmore, Saskatchewan, just east of Aneroid.

As far as I could tell, the church is completely original . . . and a prime candidate for restoration.  If I lived in the area I would jump at the chance.

The green and gold diamonds in the pointed-arch windows are regally attractive.  There is a "diamond window" on each angled wall of the apse. 


The tiny round window on the back wall of the apse is a decorative highlight with its crown and sword. It's unusual to find a little church like this that has an apse, let alone decorated this handsomely.

A photo taken from outside the church, which would seat about thirty-two people comfortably.  It looks as if one day someone just locked the door and walked away.

- Michael Truman


  1. Lovely church Michael! Looks in good shape!

    1. A coat of paint and some window putty would keep this little darling going for another few years.