Donegal Mennonite Fellowship (Atwood, Ontario, Canada)
|Donegal Mennonite Fellowship, June 2011.|
The Donegal Mennonite Fellowship emerged as an extension project of the Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship. Woodlawn was overcrowded, so the new building was erected in the hamlet of Donegal, Ontario, Canada. Approximately 30 families committed themselves to the new congregation. The bishop and one of the ministers transferred to the new congregation; a deacon was ordained for the new group.
The congregation held is first service in the new facility on 22 November 2009.
"Woodlawn, Dorking, Ontario." Midwest Mennonite Focus 30, no. 3 (May-June, 2009): 16.
"Woodlawn, Dorking, Ontario." Midwest Mennonite Focus 31, no. 1 (January-February, 2010): 10.
Address: 7021 Perth Road 147, Atwood, Ontario
Denominational Affiliation: Midwest Mennonite Fellowship
Donegal Mennonite Fellowship Pastoral Leaders
|Name||Years of Service|
|Paul B. Martin (Bishop)||2009-|
|Terry Zehr (Minister)||2009-|
Donegal Mennonite Fellowship Membership
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