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Matthews Studio (Winnipeg, Manitoba);
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Matthews Studio (Winnipeg, Manitoba);
These images related to North End MB Church, Elmwood MB Church, Winnipeg City Mission, and Mary Martha Home, supporting domestic workers in Winnipeg.
This fonds consists of registers, directories, bulletins, annual reports, news clippings, congregational programmes, correspondence, minutes, newsletters, constitutions, position papers, and litanies which pertain to the founding and development of the Mennonite congregation in Charleswood. It documents the leaders and participants in the congregation. This fonds consists of registers (1963-1979), directories (1969-1995, 2000-2020), annual reports (1963-1993, 1997, 2003-2020), news clippings (1963), congregational programmes for various events (1965-1992), correspondence (1970-1976), congregational meeting minutes (1963-1989), church council meeting minutes (1962-1989), newsletters (1973-1994), The Grapevine newsletter (2006-2018, 2020), constitutions ([196-?]-1978), position papers ([197-?]-1988), and litanies ([197-]). The records pertain to the founding and development of the congregation in Charleswood and they documents the leaders and participants in the congregation.
Charleswood Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
This fonds consist of bulletins, registers, directories, worship schedules, minutes, correspondence, annual reports and other reports, covenants, statistics, brief congregational histories, and newsletters which pertain to the founding and development of the congregation. There are bulletins (1967-2005, 2014-2015, 2017-2018), membership and family registers (1968-1980), directories (1967, 1988?, 1992-1996, 2004, 2011-2017), worship schedules (1976-1991), minutes of various groups including congregational meeting and planning committee meeting (1966-2001, 2004-2005), correspondence (1965-1999), annual reports (1966-1991, 1993, 2000), other reports (1966-1980), covenants and bylaws (1968-1987), statistics (1966-1981), brief congregational histories (1967-1977), some photographs ([1974?]) and newsletters (1974-1981).
Fort Garry Mennonite Fellowship (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
This fonds consists of church bulletins, pastors' correspondence, treasurer's correspondence, Sunday School records, membership records, constitutions, church board and membership meeting minutes and reports, administrative files (such as activities of the Service committee and the Christian Endeavour and youth committee work during the late 1960s, pastoral search committee files, church retreat files, a Vacation Bible School file, and topical files such as war tax, prison, congregation statistics and gift discernment.), financial records (such as building committee records such as the specifications for the construction of the Church at Marvin Place and documents pertaining to its sale and the 1981 building plans), ladies group records and a small photograph collection (depicting various functions of the church such as Sunday School, girl's club, adult Bible Study group, evening worship service and the exterior of the church building.) These files all related to the activities of the congregation, first as a mission outreach project and, secondly, as an established church.
Sterling Mennonite Fellowship (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
This fonds consists of bulletins, annual reports, minutes, directories, constitutions, and registers which pertain to the beginning and development of the Mennonite congregation in North Kildonan, Manitoba. It documents the leaders and participants. The fonds contains membership, baptismal, marriage, and family registers (1929-1979), congregational constitutions (1976-1996), congregational bulletins (1963-1965, 1968-1974, 1976-1979, 1982-1992, 1994-2016, 2018), annual reports (1975-2000), congregational meeting minutes (1976-2000), congregational board meeting minutes (1976-1979), directories (1969-1997, 2015-2016, 2018), and a funeral aid society constitution (1969).
North Kildonan Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
The fonds contains weekly church bulletins (2002-2020), congregational meeting minutes (2004-2007, 2009-2012, 2014-2020), council meeting minutes (2004-2007, 2009-2020), annual report books (2003, 2005-2006, 2009-2015, 2017-2019), address lists (2004-2005), and membership telephone directory (2007).
Jubilee Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
There are six series that make up the Westgate Mennonite Collegiate fonds. Series:
Westgate Mennonite Collegiate (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
1) One scrapbook of photos and publications from Mennonite World Conference, Assembly 12 in Winnipeg, July 24-29, 1990 - (1 file) Box 417
Friesen, Louise Margaret (Konrad), 1934-
This fonds contains bulletins (1961-2019), annual reports (1962-2011), membership lists, registers, and family registers (1957-1982), financial records (1957-1979), directories (1977-2005), pictorial directories (1973-1993), brief histories (1958-1983), calendar of activities (1964-1986), newsletters (1978-2005), and miscellaneous documents (1963-1993). The records pertain to the founding, development and on going activities of the leaders and participants of this congregation.
Home Street Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
This fonds contains bulletins (1980-2019), annual reports (1982-1996, 2002-2019), and directories (1984-1996, 2002-2020). The records pertain to the development the congregation and they document the leaders and participants in the congregation.
Douglas Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
This fonds consists of church council meeting minutes (1974-1990), congregational meeting minutes (1975-1991), membership and family registers (1975-1981), brief congregational histories (1974-1990), annual reports (1975-1990), constitution ([197-?]), congregational directories (1976-1990), correspondence (1974-1981), bulletins (1974-1993), worship schedules (1974-1980), and newsletters (1986-1990). The records pertain to the founding and development of the congregation until shortly before the merger to form Jubilee Mennonite Church.
Northdale Mennonite Fellowship (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
The fonds consists of a guide book produced in 1996 which describes the history and organizational structure of the congregation, and it's members' faith stories at the time. It also includes Steering Committee meeting minutes (1986-1997), Congregational meeting minutes (1987-1996), institutional documents and agreements (1986-1992), correspondence (1988-1993), Crossways in Common (1990-2006), and financial documents (1987-2006).
Hope Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
This fonds contains oral interviews gathered on the subject of labour history from the view of Mennonite business owners and Mennonite employees and well as the history of Westgate Mennonite Collegiate in Winnipeg. The workers were selected from different gender and social classes. The content formed the basis for Thiessen's thesis on labour history of Russian Mennonites, a book on unions, and history of the private Mennonite high school, Westgate.