File EMC-F260 - Church Profile

Irrigation to support agriculture in a dry year in Taber area One of the Taber churches, Westview Community Church Approaching town of Taber, Alberta Adult Sunday School Class with Abe Dyck teaching Taber EMC church building; two views Taber EMC church building; two views Taber has wide, well-kept streets Dry conditions in area around Taber Rogers Sugar Refinery, a major industry in Taber Oil derricks in Taber area One of the large Church of the Latter-Day Saints complexes in Taber; two pictures One of the large Church of the Latter-Day Saints complexes in Taber; two pictures Maria, son David, John Koethler involved in Taber congregation Anna and Abe Bueckert, church planters, on right with children Alvin, Carlene and Cara Tine and Abe Dyck, one of the first couples involved in Taber EMC
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CA EMC D2000-EMC-F260

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Church Profile

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  • 2001 Sep (Creation)

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