The church was built by decree of the Tobolsk Theological Consistory in 1829-1840 with the funds of the Kolyvan-Voskresensk factories as a house church at the poorhouse factory, part of the Demidov Square ensemble. The architects of the church are Ya. N. Popov, A. I. Molchanov, L. I. Ivanov. The rotunda church was built of stone in the form of a cylindrical temple with a round main volume and crosswise arranged small risalits on the cardinal points in the style of classicism. Icons and wall paintings served academic painting M. I. Myagkov. In Soviet times, the temple was supplemented by an extension from the north that changes the style beyond recognition. On June 4, 1920, the church was closed, there were consistently located the “Museum of Fine Arts”, a cinema club, the sports society “Spartak”, the club of the regional council of trade cooperation, shops and other organizations. In April 1991, the dome of the temple burned down and collapsed. In the mid-1990s, the building was again transferred to the Barnaul diocese. On November 11, 2011, the church was completely restored.