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100 Huntley Street (Burlington, Ontario)

  • CA-CMBS-2016
  • Corporate body
  • 1976-

100 Huntley Street is a Christian daily television talk show and the flagship program of Crossroads Christian Communications based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Created in 1976 by Rev. David Mainse, it first aired on June 15, 1977, from its first studios located at 100 Huntley Street in the St. James Town area of Downtown Toronto.

108 Chapel (100 Mile House, British Columbia)

  • CA-CMBS-2016
  • Corporate body
  • 1974-1980?

The 108 Chapel began services in 1974. The first building was occupied in 1975. The congregation originated through outreach by the Mennonite Brethren Board of Extension. The 108 Chapel is mentioned in the B.C. yearbook as late as 1980.

A.A. DeFehr Manufacturing Ltd. (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

  • CA-MHC-2016
  • Corporate body
  • 1944-

-family-owned business started by Abram Albert DeFehr (1910-1988); incorporated in 1955.
-eventually became known as DeFehr Furniture and Palliser Furniture

Abbeydale Christian Fellowship (Calgary, Alberta)

  • CA-MHSA-2016
  • Corporate body
  • 1971-

Services began in 1971 through outreach by the Evangelical Mennonite Conference (EMC). Services were held in various locations. On 19 September 1974 the church was formally organized with 12 charter members. In 1981 the church began meeting at Forest Lawn High School and the name of the church became Forest Grove Evangelical Mennonite Church. In 1985 the church purchased two acres and construction was completed on a sanctuary in 1988. The name of the church was changed in that year to Abbeydale Christian Fellowship.

Abbotsford Ministerial Association (1995) (Abbotsford, British Columbia)

  • CA-MHSBC-2017
  • Corporate body
  • 1995-

Abbotsford Ministerial Association

For a number of years, many of the ministers of Matsqui and Abbotsford met from time to time for mutual encouragement and cooperation; their association was called Matsqui-Abbotsford Ministerial Association (MAMA). In 1995, after Matsqui and Abbotsford amalgamated into a single city, MAMA was renamed the Abbotsford Ministerial Association (AMA). It was led by Henry C Born, retired missionary, pastor, and teacher. The updated mission statement affirmed that the purpose of the AMA was “to uphold the foundational scriptural principles of the historic Judaeo-Christian faith, relating these principles publicly to issues that affect the welfare of our community, and to convey the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” Other stated goals were to encourage mutual fellowship, and to emphasize oneness in Christ amidst diversity. Membership was defined “by person rather than by church or organization.” In 2000, Rick Porter, senior pastor of Sevenoaks Alliance Church and then chair of the AMA, led his members through a name change to Abbotsford Christian Leaders Network (ACLN). The new name indicated the evolution of the organization from an assemblage of ministers to a gathering of Christian community leaders. The ACLN at this time (2013) meets monthly over lunch, advocates for a number of community issues, and hosts the annual Mayor`s Prayer Luncheon. Their mission strategy now includes “gathering together; teaching; fellowshipping; worshipping; praying; serving and sharing; adding to the church; and building favour with the whole city.” The ACLN has also been the venue of a growing concern for social issues such as homelessness and hunger.

Aberdeen Mennonite Church (Aberdeen, Saskatchewan)

  • CA-MHA-2020
  • Corporate body
  • 1907-

Aberdeen Mennonite Church began services and formally organized in 1907 as a branch of the Rosenorter Mennonite Church group in Saskatchewan. A dedication service for the church's first building was held on 12 June 1910. The members were Mennonite families that had come from Mennonite settlements in Manitoba. In 1962 the Rosenorter Gemeinde was dissolved and each congregation became independent. It was also during the 1960s that the language of worship transitioned from German to English.

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