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Epp Mennonite Church, Rosthern, [[Saskatchewan (Canada)|Saskatchewan]], appears in H. P. Krehbiel’s <em>Mennonite Churches of North America</em> (Newton, 1911) as an unaffiliated congregation of 60 members, with Cornelius Epp as pastor.
 
Epp Mennonite Church, Rosthern, [[Saskatchewan (Canada)|Saskatchewan]], appears in H. P. Krehbiel’s <em>Mennonite Churches of North America</em> (Newton, 1911) as an unaffiliated congregation of 60 members, with Cornelius Epp as pastor.
 
 
 
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Epp Mennonite Church, Rosthern, Saskatchewan, appears in H. P. Krehbiel’s Mennonite Churches of North America (Newton, 1911) as an unaffiliated congregation of 60 members, with Cornelius Epp as pastor.


Date Published 1956


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Adapted by permission of Herald Press, Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 2, p. 238. All rights reserved.


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