First United Church (Swift Current)

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First United Church
50°17′07″N 107°47′44″W / 50.2853°N 107.7955°W / 50.2853; -107.7955Coordinates: 50°17′07″N 107°47′44″W / 50.2853°N 107.7955°W / 50.2853; -107.7955
Location 223 3rd Avenue NE
Swift Current, Saskatchewan
S9H 2G6
Country Canada
Denomination United Church of Canada
Previous denomination Presbyterian
Website http://firstunitedsc.ca/
Architecture
Functional status Active
Architectural type Gothic Revival style

First United Church (formerly from 1913–1943 the Knox Presbyterian Church) is a designated municipal heritage property. Originally built in 1916 at a cost of $25,000 to house the Presbyterian denomination; in 1943 after the Swift Current Metropolitan Methodist Church burned down the two denominations merged to form the united church. [1]

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  1. ^ "First United Church". Heritage Properties. Historical Places - A Joint Federal, Provincial and Territorial Initiative. Retrieved 2012-05-20.