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
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.