All Saints Cannington Manor occupies a unique place in the community of faith and in the history of Saskatchewan. Built in 1884, it was the centerpiece of the English settlement of Cannington Manor started in 1882 by Captain Edward Michel Pierce. At its peak, the village consisted of more than 13 structures.
The church has been in continuous use for over 125 years. A stroll through the churchyard tells stories of pioneer life up to the present. Regular summer sevices are held; as well All Saints has hosted weddings of many different denominations including United Church, Pentecostal and Mennonite. Local residents, visitors and descendants of pioneers continue to enjoy this quiet sacred place. It is the last original building at the site of Cannington Manor and is contained within the Historic Park that is visited by thousands of tourists and school children annually.
The interior of All Saints was painted in late summer of 2014. It is beautifully fresh and polished now.
Summer services resumed on June 26 and are held 4rth Sundays of the month during summer of 2016.