Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church at Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
In better times the recessed alcove in the gable would have held a porcelain statue of Saint Mary.
It is one of only a few churches I've encountered that faces east.
The steeple and bell tower are decorative and very tall. The cross up top is still standing straight.
A stone cairn at what was once the main entrance to the church.
...nave and balcony. The ceiling is pressed tin.
The chimney is still straight as an arrow.
A side-long view.
Not far south is the cemetery (which also offers a good view of the church).
The most recent burials I could find were in 1960 and 1980. According to the locals there are several unmarked graves.
As always, a special "thank you" to those who keep the cemetery so nicely maintained.
A couple of historic photos (courtesy of Linda). The church opened in 1920...
...and closed in 1957.
Photographed on July 30, 2021.