Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship (Dorking, Ontario, Canada)
The Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship Church is a daughter congregation of the Countryside Mennonite Fellowship which was experiencing crowded conditions. The building near Dorking, Ontario was completed in February 1989, with the first Sunday morning services held on 5 March 1989. Members at Countryside who lived west of a line following Centre Sideroad of Peel Township were encouraged to join Woodlawn. The new congregation formed with 59 members.
The congregation established the Donegal Mennonite Fellowship as a daughter congregation in 2009.
Countryside Mennonite Fellowship Church, Hawkesville, Ontario: 30th Anniversary, 1960-1990. Hawkesville: The Church, 1990: 44.
"Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship Church." Midwest Mennonite Focus 19, no. 6 (November-December 1998): 6-7.
Address: 6440 Wellington Road 11, Dorking Ontario
Denominational Affiliation: Midwest Mennonite Fellowship
Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship Pastoral Leaders
Woodlawn Mennonite Fellowship Membership
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