Wingham Mennonite Church (Elm Creek, Manitoba)

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Wingham Mennonite Church (Elm Creek, Manitoba)

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1938-

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The Wingham Mennonite congregation in Elm Creek, MB began services about 1930, and formally organized in 1938. The first building was occupied in 1939, with a subsequent building program in 1961. Cornelius Rempel is considered the founding leader of the group.

The congregation was affiliated with Mennonite Church Manitoba. The language of worship was German prior to 1970. Prior to 1982 Wingham was part of the Blumenorter church group.

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CA-MHA-2020

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1 Aug 2020 by AHR.

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