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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.

[edit] 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).

[edit] 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.

[edit] 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. 25 May 2016. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Plattville_Old_Order_Mennonite_Settlement_(Wisconsin,_USA)&oldid=102352.

APA style

Martin, Jonathan H. (February 2012). Plattville Old Order Mennonite Settlement (Wisconsin, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 25 May 2016, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Plattville_Old_Order_Mennonite_Settlement_(Wisconsin,_USA)&oldid=102352.




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