5 km/3 mi. north of East Selkirk on PR 508 then follows signs.
Built in 1852-54 it was the only native Anglican parish in the Red River Settlement. Chief Peguis, friend and benefactor to the Selkirk Settlers and defender of Native land rights, is buried in the churchyard of this designated provincial heritage site.
The Grounds of the Old Stone Church are open to the public ( from 8:00am to Sunset) all year round Free of charge. During the Winter the Old Stone Church can be viewed inside by calling ahead and setting a date and time with Wendy. During the Summer (from May to October) the church is kept open as long as the cemetery Manager is available – please call ahead if you wish to view inside the church.