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Source: [http://www.fellowshipforward.org/community-bible-church.html Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches website] Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches website .  
 
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'']]    The Butterfield Community Bible Church (formerly Mennonite Church of Butterfield) is a member of the [[Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches|Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches]]. The congregation, formerly [[General Conference Mennonite Church (GCM)|General Conference Mennonite]], is located in the village of [[Butterfield (Minnesota, USA)|Butterfield]], [[Watonwan County (Minnesota, USA)|Watonwan County]], [[Minnesota (USA)|Minnesota]]. It had its origin in the [[Menno Simons Mennonite Church (Butterfield, Minnesota, USA)|Menno Simons Mennonite Church]], which united with the [[Salem Mennonite Church (Butterfield, Watonwan County, Minnesota, USA)|Salem Mennonite Church]] in 1915, withdrew in 1921, reorganized and built a church in 1922, known as the Mennonite Church of Butterfield. After 1999 the congregation withdrew from the General Conference Mennonite Church and joined the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches. In 1953 its membership was 96; in 1999 it was 48. The pastor in 2009 was Jim Sprague.
 
'']]    The Butterfield Community Bible Church (formerly Mennonite Church of Butterfield) is a member of the [[Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches|Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches]]. The congregation, formerly [[General Conference Mennonite Church (GCM)|General Conference Mennonite]], is located in the village of [[Butterfield (Minnesota, USA)|Butterfield]], [[Watonwan County (Minnesota, USA)|Watonwan County]], [[Minnesota (USA)|Minnesota]]. It had its origin in the [[Menno Simons Mennonite Church (Butterfield, Minnesota, USA)|Menno Simons Mennonite Church]], which united with the [[Salem Mennonite Church (Butterfield, Watonwan County, Minnesota, USA)|Salem Mennonite Church]] in 1915, withdrew in 1921, reorganized and built a church in 1922, known as the Mennonite Church of Butterfield. After 1999 the congregation withdrew from the General Conference Mennonite Church and joined the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches. In 1953 its membership was 96; in 1999 it was 48. The pastor in 2009 was Jim Sprague.
 
 
 
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<strong>Address</strong>: 100 Chapman Avenue, Butterfield, Minnesota
 
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Butterfield Community Bible Church, Butterfield, Minnesota. Source: Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches website Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches website .
The Butterfield Community Bible Church (formerly Mennonite Church of Butterfield) is a member of the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches. The congregation, formerly General Conference Mennonite, is located in the village of Butterfield, Watonwan County, Minnesota. It had its origin in the Menno Simons Mennonite Church, which united with the Salem Mennonite Church in 1915, withdrew in 1921, reorganized and built a church in 1922, known as the Mennonite Church of Butterfield. After 1999 the congregation withdrew from the General Conference Mennonite Church and joined the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches. In 1953 its membership was 96; in 1999 it was 48. The pastor in 2009 was Jim Sprague.

Additional Information

Address: 100 Chapman Avenue, Butterfield, Minnesota

Phone: 507-956-3801

Denominational Affiliation:

General Conference Mennonite Church (1922-1999)

Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches (1999-present)

Maps

Map:Butterfield Community Bible Church (Butterfield, Minnesota)


Author(s) J. John Friesen
Sam Steiner
Date Published 2009


Cite This Article

MLA style

Friesen, J. John and Sam Steiner. "Butterfield Community Bible Church (Butterfield, Minnesota, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 2009. Web. 1 Aug 2015. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Butterfield_Community_Bible_Church_(Butterfield,_Minnesota,_USA)&oldid=86427.

APA style

Friesen, J. John and Sam Steiner. (2009). Butterfield Community Bible Church (Butterfield, Minnesota, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 1 August 2015, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Butterfield_Community_Bible_Church_(Butterfield,_Minnesota,_USA)&oldid=86427.




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