Manitoba Municipal Heritage Site No. 93

All Saints Anglican Church
48 Centennial Drive
Dominion City

All Saints Anglican Church
Designation Date: June 8, 1993
Designation Authority: Franklin (R.M.)
Present Owner: Franklin Craft Club

All Saints Anglican Church, originally an Episcopal Methodist church, is one of Dominion City’s oldest buildings and a good example of an early wood-frame building designed in a modest Gothic Revival style. Purchased by the Anglican Parish of Dominion City in 1908 and relocated and expanded upon, the vertically proportioned structure, with its steep gable roof, tall peaked steeple and pointed arched windows, also reflects standard architectural elements associated with Anglican church-building traditions. The enduring facility, caringly restored as the Franklin Museum, is an important feature of Dominion City’s heritage and a dominant presence on one of its main streets.