This had been on my list for some time. It is northeast of Melfort, Saskatchewan. I was not able to find how long it has been abandoned or when it was built. A plaque on the grounds says the area was settled starting in 1935.
As abandoned churches go this one is wonderful and even better in person. My only complaint is that the day was too bright for photos. I really want to visit this again.
I know there used to be a school and teacherage close to the church. I do not know if much else existed here. On the same north south road there is a church a little bit south and one a little north of this church, all within a mile. This church is by far the most interesting and photogenic of the three and of many churches I have encountered.