My wife and I were near St. Andrews, Manitoba (northeast of Winnipeg), visiting the excellent Petal Place greenhouse. So many succulents!
We decided to drive a bit farther north and discovered the Parish Church of St. Andrews aka St. Andrews-on-the-Red, with its historic rectory across the street. It all looked closed when we were there, but I took a few photos of the old church and the grounds.
The church was built between 1845 and 1849, and the adjacent cemetery has many old graves.
There is an arch dedicated to the fallen of the "Great War" aka WW1. I'm glad we stopped applying superlatives to wars.
I was pleased to see a small acknowledgement of the recent confirmations of so many unmarked graves near former residential schools.
Maybe someday I'll come back to visit the rectory.