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Mary S. Denlinger: [[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church]] (MC) mission worker and leader in women's activities; was born 3 December 1867, in Black Horse, Paradise Township, Lancaster County, [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]], the third child of John B. and Elizabeth (Shaub) Denlinger. In 1890 she became a member of the Paradise congregation through the preaching of [[Coffman, John S. (1848-1899)|John S. Coffman]]. En route to the Elkhart Sunday School Conference in 1894 [[Metzler, Abram (1854-1918)|Abram Metzler]] recruited her for the new [[Mennonite Home Mission (Chicago, Illinois, USA)|Chicago Home Mission]] opened by [[Steiner, Menno Simon (1866-1911)|M. S. Steiner]], where she served for five years until 1899. She served with [[Ressler, Lina Zook (1869-1948)|Lina Zook (Ressler)]] and Melinda Ebersole doing visitation, helping with cottage prayer meetings, teaching Sunday school, and working in the medical dispensary. Then she and [[Musselman, Amanda (1869-1940)|Amanda Musselman]] opened the [[Norris Square Mennonite Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)|Norris Square Mission]] in Philadelphia, where she served for the next quarter century from 1899 to 1924. After that she continued her church interest at [[East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church (Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA)|East Chestnut Street]] and Paradise congregations in both Sunday-school and sewing circle work. She died in Soudersburg, Pennsylvania on 22 January 1958.
 
Mary S. Denlinger: [[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church]] (MC) mission worker and leader in women's activities; was born 3 December 1867, in Black Horse, Paradise Township, Lancaster County, [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]], the third child of John B. and Elizabeth (Shaub) Denlinger. In 1890 she became a member of the Paradise congregation through the preaching of [[Coffman, John S. (1848-1899)|John S. Coffman]]. En route to the Elkhart Sunday School Conference in 1894 [[Metzler, Abram (1854-1918)|Abram Metzler]] recruited her for the new [[Mennonite Home Mission (Chicago, Illinois, USA)|Chicago Home Mission]] opened by [[Steiner, Menno Simon (1866-1911)|M. S. Steiner]], where she served for five years until 1899. She served with [[Ressler, Lina Zook (1869-1948)|Lina Zook (Ressler)]] and Melinda Ebersole doing visitation, helping with cottage prayer meetings, teaching Sunday school, and working in the medical dispensary. Then she and [[Musselman, Amanda (1869-1940)|Amanda Musselman]] opened the [[Norris Square Mennonite Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)|Norris Square Mission]] in Philadelphia, where she served for the next quarter century from 1899 to 1924. After that she continued her church interest at [[East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church (Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA)|East Chestnut Street]] and Paradise congregations in both Sunday-school and sewing circle work. She died in Soudersburg, Pennsylvania on 22 January 1958.
 
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
Landis, Ira D. in <em>Missionary Messenger</em> (April 1958): 4.
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Landis, Ira D. in <em>Missionary Messenger</em> (April 1958): 4.
  
 
Rich, Elaine Sommers. <em>Mennonite Women: A Story of God's Faithfulness, 1683-1983</em>. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1983.
 
Rich, Elaine Sommers. <em>Mennonite Women: A Story of God's Faithfulness, 1683-1983</em>. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1983.
  
 
Obituary. <em>Gospel Herald</em> 51 (18 February 1958): 166; reproduced in MennObits. 1999. Mennonite Church USA Historical. Committee. Retrieved 27 November 2005 &lt;[http://www.mcusa-archives.org/MennObits/58/feb1958.html http://www.mcusa-archives.org/MennObits/58/feb1958.html]&gt;
 
Obituary. <em>Gospel Herald</em> 51 (18 February 1958): 166; reproduced in MennObits. 1999. Mennonite Church USA Historical. Committee. Retrieved 27 November 2005 &lt;[http://www.mcusa-archives.org/MennObits/58/feb1958.html http://www.mcusa-archives.org/MennObits/58/feb1958.html]&gt;
 
 
 
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Mary S. Denlinger: Mennonite Church (MC) mission worker and leader in women's activities; was born 3 December 1867, in Black Horse, Paradise Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the third child of John B. and Elizabeth (Shaub) Denlinger. In 1890 she became a member of the Paradise congregation through the preaching of John S. Coffman. En route to the Elkhart Sunday School Conference in 1894 Abram Metzler recruited her for the new Chicago Home Mission opened by M. S. Steiner, where she served for five years until 1899. She served with Lina Zook (Ressler) and Melinda Ebersole doing visitation, helping with cottage prayer meetings, teaching Sunday school, and working in the medical dispensary. Then she and Amanda Musselman opened the Norris Square Mission in Philadelphia, where she served for the next quarter century from 1899 to 1924. After that she continued her church interest at East Chestnut Street and Paradise congregations in both Sunday-school and sewing circle work. She died in Soudersburg, Pennsylvania on 22 January 1958.

[edit] Bibliography

Landis, Ira D. in Missionary Messenger (April 1958): 4.

Rich, Elaine Sommers. Mennonite Women: A Story of God's Faithfulness, 1683-1983. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1983.

Obituary. Gospel Herald 51 (18 February 1958): 166; reproduced in MennObits. 1999. Mennonite Church USA Historical. Committee. Retrieved 27 November 2005 <http://www.mcusa-archives.org/MennObits/58/feb1958.html>


Author(s) Ira D. Landis
Lois Barrett
Date Published 1988


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Landis, Ira D. and Lois Barrett. "Denlinger, Mary S. (1867-1958)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1988. Web. 18 Apr 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Denlinger,_Mary_S._(1867-1958)&oldid=87052.

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Landis, Ira D. and Lois Barrett. (1988). Denlinger, Mary S. (1867-1958). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 18 April 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Denlinger,_Mary_S._(1867-1958)&oldid=87052.




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