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Baarn (pop. 16,434 in 1947, with 200 Mennonites; pop. 24,421 in 2005; coordinates: <span title="Latitude">52° 13′ 12″ N</span>, <span title="Longitude">5° 16′ 48″</span> E), a beautifully located town in the Dutch province of [[Utrecht (Netherlands)|Utrecht]], which developed rapidly through the influx of residents of [[Amsterdam (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Amsterdam]] (pop. 7,000 in 1914, nearly 17,000 in 1950). A Mennonite circle (kring) was formed here on 20 January 1909 with about 50 members (increased to 77 by 1915). The chairman of the executive committee of the circle was a member of the church council of the [[Hilversum (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Hilversum]] congregation in an advisory capacity. Services were held once a month in the hall of the Nut building; first service on 20 June 1909. Catechetical instruction was first given by the Hilversum minister. [[Hylkema, Teerd Oeds Ma Hylke (1888-1962)|T. O. Hylkema]], then at [[Amersfoort (Utrecht, Netherlands)|Amersfoort]], was assistant pastor 1931-1936; then [[Stuyvenberg, Jan Willem van (1868-1950)|J. W. van Stuyvenberg]], a retired minister of Amsterdam, 1936-1943. In 1946 [[Brakel, Johan Engelbert van (1882-1950)|J. E. van Brakel]] was called as pastor, followed by A. J. Meerdink-van den Ban in 1948.
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Baarn (pop. 16,434 in 1947, with 200 Mennonites; pop. 24,421 in 2005; coordinates: <span title="Latitude">52° 13′ 12″ N</span>, <span title="Longitude">5° 16′ 48″</span> E), a beautifully located town in the Dutch province of [[Utrecht (Netherlands)|Utrecht]], which developed rapidly through the influx of residents of [[Amsterdam (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Amsterdam]] (pop. 7,000 in 1914, nearly 17,000 in 1950). A Mennonite circle (kring) was formed here on 20 January 1909 with about 50 members (increased to 77 by 1915). The chairman of the executive committee of the circle was a member of the church council of the [[Hilversum (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)|Hilversum]] congregation in an advisory capacity. Services were held once a month in the hall of the Nut building; first service on 20 June 1909. Catechetical instruction was first given by the Hilversum minister. [[Hylkema, Teerd Oeds Ma Hylke (1888-1962)|T. O. Hylkema]], then at [[Amersfoort (Utrecht, Netherlands)|Amersfoort]], was assistant pastor 1931-1936; then [[Stuyvenberg, Jan Willem van (1868-1950)| J. W. van Stuyvenberg]], a retired minister of Amsterdam, 1936-1943. In 1946 [[Brakel, Johan Engelbert van (1882-1950)|J. E. van Brakel]] was called as pastor, followed by A. J. Meerdink-van den Ban in 1948.
  
 
Meanwhile the circle had organized as a congregation (10 January 1921) with a membership of about 100; in 1927 it was 140; and in 1950, 163. A church was built in 1927. The congregation had an active Sunday school as well as organizations for the women, men, and young people. Besides the church services there were regular meetings in the homes. In the neighboring Soest, where a number of Mennonites were living in the 1950s, services were held once a month; this subsidiary also had a Sunday school and a women’s organization.
 
Meanwhile the circle had organized as a congregation (10 January 1921) with a membership of about 100; in 1927 it was 140; and in 1950, 163. A church was built in 1927. The congregation had an active Sunday school as well as organizations for the women, men, and young people. Besides the church services there were regular meetings in the homes. In the neighboring Soest, where a number of Mennonites were living in the 1950s, services were held once a month; this subsidiary also had a Sunday school and a women’s organization.

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Baarn (pop. 16,434 in 1947, with 200 Mennonites; pop. 24,421 in 2005; coordinates: 52° 13′ 12″ N, 5° 16′ 48″ E), a beautifully located town in the Dutch province of Utrecht, which developed rapidly through the influx of residents of Amsterdam (pop. 7,000 in 1914, nearly 17,000 in 1950). A Mennonite circle (kring) was formed here on 20 January 1909 with about 50 members (increased to 77 by 1915). The chairman of the executive committee of the circle was a member of the church council of the Hilversum congregation in an advisory capacity. Services were held once a month in the hall of the Nut building; first service on 20 June 1909. Catechetical instruction was first given by the Hilversum minister. T. O. Hylkema, then at Amersfoort, was assistant pastor 1931-1936; then J. W. van Stuyvenberg, a retired minister of Amsterdam, 1936-1943. In 1946 J. E. van Brakel was called as pastor, followed by A. J. Meerdink-van den Ban in 1948.

Meanwhile the circle had organized as a congregation (10 January 1921) with a membership of about 100; in 1927 it was 140; and in 1950, 163. A church was built in 1927. The congregation had an active Sunday school as well as organizations for the women, men, and young people. Besides the church services there were regular meetings in the homes. In the neighboring Soest, where a number of Mennonites were living in the 1950s, services were held once a month; this subsidiary also had a Sunday school and a women’s organization.

Contents

Bibliography

Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1908): 206; (1909): 187.

Hege, Christian and Christian Neff. Mennonitisches Lexikon, 4 vols. Frankfurt & Weierhof: Hege; Karlsruhe; Schneider, 1913-1967: v.  I, 101.

Additional Information

Address: Doopsgezinde Gemeente Baarn-Soest, Eemnesserweg 63b, 3743 AE, Baarn

Phone: 035-5430519

Denominational Affiliation: Algemene Doopsgezinde Sociëteit

Maps

Map:Baarn (Utrecht, Netherlands)


Author(s) Nanne van der Zijpp
Date Published 1955


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van der Zijpp, Nanne. "Baarn (Utrecht, Netherlands)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1955. Web. 21 Aug 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Baarn_(Utrecht,_Netherlands)&oldid=90958.

APA style

van der Zijpp, Nanne. (1955). Baarn (Utrecht, Netherlands). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 21 August 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Baarn_(Utrecht,_Netherlands)&oldid=90958.




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