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Jubilee Mennonite Church – Winnipeg, MB

Proper Title

Jubilee Mennonite Church fonds

Dates of Creation

1994-2016

Physical Description

15 cm textual records

Administrative History

Jubilee Mennonite Church is the result of a merger between Northdale Mennonite Church and Valley Gardens Community Church on January 8, 1995. The merger was possibly in response to low and decreasing memberships of the two originating congregations. Jubilee Mennonite Church meets in the building formerly used by the Northdale Mennonite Church.

Leaders: John Epp (Interim part-time pastor 1995), Siegfried Wall (1996), Allan Labun (Interim Senior Pastor 2002), Terry Goertzen (2003 – 2008), Interim Senior Pastor, Martin Blumrich (2008–2009), Dan Nighswander (2009–).

Jubilee is a dual conference congregation, affiliated with Mennonite Church Manitoba (1995–), Mennonite Church Canada (1995–), the Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba (1995–) and the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches.

The language of worship is English.

Scope and Content

The contents of this fonds consists of a telephone and address list and church bulletins.

Custodial History

Records were transferred from the church to the Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies.

Notes

  • Location: Vol. 535.
  • Title based on contents of fonds.
  • Finding aid consists of a file list.
  • Finding aid: the records are classified under the Canadian Conference of MB Churches inventory BC556.
  • Described by Tamara Dyck, November 30, 2007. Updated by Yvonne Snider-Nighswander October 5, 2011. Updated by Kate Woltmann July 16, 2013 and Conrad Stoesz April 27, 2017.
  • No restrictions on access.

File List

Volume 535

1. Jubilee Address List. -- 1994.
2. Church bulletins. -- 2001.
3. Church bulletins. -- 2002.
4. Church bulletins. -- 2003.
5. Church bulletins. -- 2004.
6. Church bulletins. -- 2005.
7. Church bulletins. -- 2006.
8. Church bulletins. -- 2007.
9. Church bulletins. -- 2008.
10. Church bulletins. -- 2009.
11. Church bulletins. -- 2010.
12. Church bulletins. -- 2011.
13. Church bulletins. -- 2012.

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