12 MANITOBA CHURCHES

12 MANITOBA CHURCHES

DAY SIX

St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Baldur, MB

           Peeking shyly from behind its veil of summer foliage is pretty little St. Mark’s Anglican. Built in 1898 out of pale brick this tiny Gothic church sits on a low fieldstone foundation. With its green trim it is well camouflaged among the trees.  The small vestibule has a large double doorway with a peaked window cut by simple tracery. The pitch of the roof is moderately steep for an Anglican church.

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