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Mennonite Heritage Centre Archives
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship

Retrieval numbers: Volume 119.

Title: Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship fonds
Dates: 1965-1973
Extent: 8 cm of textual records
Repository: Mennonite Heritage Centre Archives

Historical note

The Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship was founded in 1968 in Kamloops, B.C. It began as a mission outreach effort in 1967. The congregation dissolved in 1976. The leaders of the congregation were: John Hiebert (1967-1971), Walter Wiebe (1976).

Scope and content note

This fonds contain the 1968 bulletin on the organization and ordination service at the Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship which includes a brief congregational history.  There is also a 1968 document which outlines the beliefs and objectives of the church, as well as correspondence from the Conference of Mennonites in Canada Board of Missions (1965-1966). The file of minutes from 1968-1973 are also in this fonds. The records pertain to the founding and development of the Mennonite congregation in Kamloops, B.C. They document some of the leaders and participants in the congregation.

Subject terms

Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship


Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship

Adjunct descriptive data

Finding aids

Inventory file list available.


Restrictions on access

No restrictions on access.

Other notes

Textual records were deposited by the congregation at the Mennonite Heritage Centre. Described by Bert Friesen 5 February 2003; updated 14 July 2011.

Condition note

    The minutes have faded due to unstable chemicals in the duplication process and type of paper.  These originals were scanned on 14 July 2011 in an attempt to capture and  preserve the information before none of it survives.

Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship fonds file list:

Volume 119

  1. Kamloops Mennonite Fellowship bulletin of the organization and ordination meeting  which includes a brief congregational history (1968), a statement of beliefs and objectives (1968) and minutes from 1968-1973 [poor condition].
  2. Correspondence of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada Board of Missions re. ministry in Kamloops (1965-1966).