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Flintstone Mennonite Mission ([[Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference|Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference]]) is located near Flintstone, [[Maryland (USA)|Maryland]]. The first services were held in private homes about 1925, but later, with the exception of a few years were held in a Brethren church nearby. The work was in charge of the district mission board of Washington County, Maryland, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Conference. The 1953 membership was six. In 1954 a meetinghouse was built for the group by the Mennonites of Washington County, Maryland.
 
Flintstone Mennonite Mission ([[Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference|Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference]]) is located near Flintstone, [[Maryland (USA)|Maryland]]. The first services were held in private homes about 1925, but later, with the exception of a few years were held in a Brethren church nearby. The work was in charge of the district mission board of Washington County, Maryland, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Conference. The 1953 membership was six. In 1954 a meetinghouse was built for the group by the Mennonites of Washington County, Maryland.
 
 
 
= Additional Information =
 
= Additional Information =
 
Address: Flintstone, Maryland. (From I-68 take Exit 56 to Route 144. Take Route 144 West to Street Road. Turn right and go under the Interstate, take first right on West Flintstone Creek Road. Approximately 1 mile to church on left.
 
Address: Flintstone, Maryland. (From I-68 take Exit 56 to Route 144. Take Route 144 West to Street Road. Turn right and go under the Interstate, take first right on West Flintstone Creek Road. Approximately 1 mile to church on left.
  
 
Denominational Affiliation: Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference
 
Denominational Affiliation: Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference
 
 
 
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Flintstone Mennonite Mission (Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference) is located near Flintstone, Maryland. The first services were held in private homes about 1925, but later, with the exception of a few years were held in a Brethren church nearby. The work was in charge of the district mission board of Washington County, Maryland, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Conference. The 1953 membership was six. In 1954 a meetinghouse was built for the group by the Mennonites of Washington County, Maryland.

Additional Information

Address: Flintstone, Maryland. (From I-68 take Exit 56 to Route 144. Take Route 144 West to Street Road. Turn right and go under the Interstate, take first right on West Flintstone Creek Road. Approximately 1 mile to church on left.

Denominational Affiliation: Washington-Franklin Mennonite Conference


Author(s) John D Risser
Date Published 1956


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Risser, John D. "Flintstone Mennonite Church (Flintstone, Maryland, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1956. Web. 13 Jul 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Flintstone_Mennonite_Church_(Flintstone,_Maryland,_USA)&oldid=80862.

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Risser, John D. (1956). Flintstone Mennonite Church (Flintstone, Maryland, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 13 July 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Flintstone_Mennonite_Church_(Flintstone,_Maryland,_USA)&oldid=80862.




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