Wilmot Mennonite Church (Baden, Ontario, Canada)
The Wilmot Mennonite Church near Baden, Ontario is part of the Mennonite Church segment of the Mennonite "family." The language of worship is English. The congregation began services in 1966. The congregation originated through the merger of the Baden Mennonite and Geiger Mennonite congregations in 1966. First known as Baden-Geiger Mennonite, the congregation became Wilmot Mennonite in 1977.
Mennonite Reporter (9 February 1976): 4; (3 October 1977): 13; (21 January 1980): 9.
Address: 2995 Bleams Rd. New Hamburg, ON, N3A 3J3
Website: Wilmot Mennonite Church
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