Plattville Old Order Mennonite Settlement (Wisconsin, USA)

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The Plattville, Wisconsin Groffdale Conference Mennonite settlement is located in Grant County. This new settlement in southern Wisconsin was started in 2000 by Leroy B. Sensenig. As of 1 January 2011 there were approximately 29 households within this settlement.

Willow Branch Old Order Mennonite Meetinghouse

The Willow Branch meetinghouse is a 56 feet by 72 feet wood frame building built in 2003 along Bunker Ridge Road. As of 1 January 2011 the following ministry team served the congregation--the ministers were Paul L. Zimmerman (ordained 2000) and Nelson N. Shirk (ordained 2008), and the deacon was Daniel N. Sensenig (ordained 2002).

Lancaster Old Order Mennonite Meetinghouse

The Lancaster meetinghouse is a temporary shed located on Samuel L. Fox's farm on County Road N. This arrangement began in 2010 and was an attempt to reduce horse-drawn carriage mileage for the families residing at the western end of the settlement. As of 1 January 2011 the following ministry team served the congregation--the minister was Lamar Z. Sauder (ordained 2001) and the deacon was Daniel N. Sensenig.

Bibliography

Groffdale Conference Mennonite Church Schedules.

Records of ordinations of the Old Order Mennonites, Groffdale Conference churches, 1750 to 2010. East Earl, PA: [Earl Z. Weaver?], 2010.


Author(s) Jonathan H Martin
Date Published February 2012


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Martin, Jonathan H. "Plattville Old Order Mennonite Settlement (Wisconsin, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. February 2012. Web. 22 Aug 2017. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Plattville_Old_Order_Mennonite_Settlement_(Wisconsin,_USA)&oldid=102352.

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