Reverend Sandy Scott giving me a tour! James Nisbet, founder of Prince Albert Lucy Baker Artifacts (including a diary) of James Nisbet A chair from James Nisbet's study The church itself Some of the beautiful stained glass! The stained glass was donated by William Cowan, the Mayor of Prince Albert at the time!

Yesterday I was lucky enough to have a tour of one of Prince Albert’s oldest buildings: St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church!!

St. Paul’s was built in 1906 and is one of the important fixtures of the Presbyterian movement and the Reform Church movement in Western Canada. The church houses 750 people, and is also home to several historic artifacts important to Prince Albert, including the diary of the founder of Prince Albert, Reverend James Nisbet!

Thank-you to Reverend Sandy Scott for the tour and history lesson!!