Here we have a look up at the ceiling in St. Onuphrius Church, in the Museum of History.
A video display features recollections from parish members, mixed with footage of the church still in use today inside the Museum. And have a look at this museum blog post from 2017 about the process of taking care of the church during the work that was done to revamp the permanent galleries.
Stepping out of the church, the visitor can walk around its perimeter. The walls around it have artifacts about life in the west. This coat belonged to a Ukrainian immigrant, Mrs. M. Senko, who lived in Alberta; it dates to the late 19th century. Tools like a plow and a sickle are included in this display case.
For many Canadian students of the period these would have been familiar sights: the desk, the lunch box, the satchel. In rural environments, schools would have been of the one room variety, with multiple grade levels all together.
A look through a back door in the church gives a view of the sacristy.