©Mennonite Heritage Centre 2002
Last updated April 17, 2002

Mennonite Heritage Centre Archives
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Title: Winnipeg Chinese Mennonite Church fonds
Dates: 1981
Extent: 8 cm of textual records

Historical note

The Winnipeg Chinese Mennonite Church traces its beginning to the Bible study group consisting of Mandarin-speaking immigrants that began meeting in the early 1970s, forming a congregation in 1975. The congregation met in the Bethel Mennonite Church and in 1979 joined the Conference of Mennonites in Manitoba. Chinese students were attracted to this congregation from the beginning. The leaders of the congregation were: Frances Tung (1979-1981), Jonathan Chen (1983), Pak Lee Chong (1984-1987), David Chi Ming Tam (1988-1992), Wank King Hung (1993-1999), John Wang (2000- ).

Scope and content note

The fonds contains the 1981 annual report describing the activities of the congregation for that year.

Finding aids

Inventory file list available.



Much Mandarin.

Restrictions on access

No restrictions on access.

Other notes

Textual records were deposited by the congregation in the Mennonite Heritage Centre. Described by Bert Friesen 20 December 2001.

Winnipeg Chinese Mennonite Church fonds file list:

Volume 2614

  1. Winnipeg Chinese Mennonite Church 1981 yearbook (1981)