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Last updated 20 March 2013
Title: Faith Mennonite Church (Leamington) fonds
Extent: 36 cm of textual records
Faith Mennonite Church
was an outgrowth of the Leamington United Mennonite Church. It was supported
by the Mission Board of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada. It was founded
in part to have English language worship services. The congregation was formally
organized in 1961. There were 57 members in 1963. In 1977 there were 136 members.
In 1990 there were 210 members and 243 in 2000. The leaders of the congregation
were: George Janzen (1961-1966), Jake Rempel (1967-1970), Arthur Wiebe (1970-1971),
Peter Janzen (1972-1980), Edwin Epp (1981-1996), Glenn Brubacher (1997-2004).
The fonds contains bulletins (1963-1998, 2000-2002),
newsletters (1978-1993), directories (1969-1994), correspondence and
reports (1961-1970), congregational meeting minutes (1991-1995), and
annual reports (1991-1995). The records document the activities and
development of the congregation, its leaders and participants.
Inventory file list available.
No restrictions on access.
Textual records have been deposited by the congregation at the Mennonite Heritage Centre on a regular basis.