Collection PNCG/II-1899.3 - Nampa Mennonite Church (Nampa, Idaho) Records

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US PNMHS PNCG/II-1899.3

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Nampa Mennonite Church (Nampa, Idaho) Records

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2.00 Linear Feet; 4 archives boxes

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Filer Mennonite Church (Mennonite Church USA), located at 109 Fifth Street, Filer, Idaho, a member of the Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference Pacific Coast Conference, was organized on 31 January 1914 with 22 charter members, and with David Hilty as bishop, Samuel Honderich as minister, and Chris Snyder as deacon. In 1955 the membership was 106. The first church was dedicated on 19 September 1915, enlarged in 1953. The 1954 ministerial body was E. S. Garber, bishop; Samuel Honderich and Louis Landis, ministers; Joe E. Slatter, deacon. The General Conference Mennonites organized a congregation here in 1955 with 19 members.

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flat

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These records are open for public research.

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  • English

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ArchonInternalCollectionID:1353

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2013-11-12

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  • English

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