Remember When? This magnificent photo was taken in 1903 during the opening of the new Ponoka Presbyterian Church and would later become the sight of the local United Church. In 1951 the historical church was torn down and replaced by a modern and multi-purpose building that has faithfully served the congregation of our Ponoka United Church at 5020-52nd Avenue to the present day. It is interesting to note that some of the furniture and artifacts of the original church can still be found in the present structure. Photo from the PHS Quill and Shield Yearbook (1944-45)

Remember When: A photo of the 1903 Ponoka Presbyterian Church

The building would late become the sight of the Ponoka United Church

The building would late become the sight of the Ponoka United Church

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