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Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Bruderhof of the [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] branch, located four miles north of Headingly, [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], was founded in 1938 by eleven families with 75 souls who left the [[Blumengart Hutterite Colony (Plum Coulee, Manitoba, Canada)|Blumengard Bruderhof]]with their preacher Samuel Kleinsasser, who was chosen a minister in 1933 and ordained in 1942. In 1954, when Sturgeon Creek had a population of 158 with 60 baptized members, a group of 13 families with 73 persons with the minister Jakob Kleinsasser (chosen in 1946 and ordained in 1954) left to found the Crystal Spring Bruderhof, 6 miles southeast of St. Agathe, Manitoba. In 1958 the Sturgeon Creek Bruderhof had 32 baptized members and a population of 98, with Samuel Kleinsasser and Elias Mandel (chosen in 1955) as preachers.
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Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Bruderhof of the [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] branch, located four miles north of Headingly, [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]], was founded in 1938 by eleven families with 75 souls who left the [[Blumengart Hutterite Colony (Plum Coulee, Manitoba, Canada)|Blumengard Bruderhof ]]with their preacher Samuel Kleinsasser, who was chosen a minister in 1933 and ordained in 1942. In 1954, when Sturgeon Creek had a population of 158 with 60 baptized members, a group of 13 families with 73 persons with the minister Jakob Kleinsasser (chosen in 1946 and ordained in 1954) left to found the Crystal Spring Bruderhof, 6 miles southeast of St. Agathe, Manitoba. In 1958 the Sturgeon Creek Bruderhof had 32 baptized members and a population of 98, with Samuel Kleinsasser and Elias Mandel (chosen in 1955) as preachers.
In 2012 the colony was a member of the [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] Group 2. The minister of the colony was David Maendel and the manager of the colony was Joey Maendel.
 
  
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Daughter colonies of the Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Colony include: [[Crystal Spring Hutterite Colony (Ste. Agathe, Manitoba, Canada)|Crystal Spring Hutterite Colony]] (Ste. Agathe, Manitoba, Canada); [[Hidden Valley Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Hidden Valley Hutterite Colony]] (Austin, Manitoba, Canada); [[Delta Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada)|Delta Hutterite Colony]] (Austin, Manitoba, Canada); and [[Meadow Lane Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada)|Meadow Lane Hutterite Colony]] (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada).
  
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In 2016 the colony was a member of the [[Schmiedeleut|Schmiedeleut]] Group 2.
 
= Additional Information =
 
= Additional Information =
<strong>Location</strong>: Headingly, Manitoba (coordinates: 49.9297222, -97.4230555 [49° 55′ 47″ N, 97° 25′ 23 W″])
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== Location ==
 
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Headingly, Manitoba (coordinates: 49.9297222, -97.4230555 [49° 55′ 47″ N, 97° 25′ 23 W″])
<strong>Address</strong>: Box 285, Headingly, Manitoba R4J 1C1
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== Address ==
 
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Box 285, Headingly, Manitoba R4J 1C1
<strong>Telephone</strong>: 204-633-2364
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== Switchboard Phone ==
 
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204-888-8393
 
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== Managers and Ministers ==
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| Joey Maendel || Peter Maendel || 2010
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| Joey Maendel || Peter Maendel || 2017
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[[Category:Hutterite Colonies]]
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[[Category:South Dakota Hutterite Colonies]]
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[[Category:American Hutterite Colonies]]

Latest revision as of 13:33, 15 November 2017

Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Bruderhof of the Schmiedeleut branch, located four miles north of Headingly, Manitoba, was founded in 1938 by eleven families with 75 souls who left the Blumengard Bruderhof with their preacher Samuel Kleinsasser, who was chosen a minister in 1933 and ordained in 1942. In 1954, when Sturgeon Creek had a population of 158 with 60 baptized members, a group of 13 families with 73 persons with the minister Jakob Kleinsasser (chosen in 1946 and ordained in 1954) left to found the Crystal Spring Bruderhof, 6 miles southeast of St. Agathe, Manitoba. In 1958 the Sturgeon Creek Bruderhof had 32 baptized members and a population of 98, with Samuel Kleinsasser and Elias Mandel (chosen in 1955) as preachers.

Daughter colonies of the Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Colony include: Crystal Spring Hutterite Colony (Ste. Agathe, Manitoba, Canada); Hidden Valley Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada); Delta Hutterite Colony (Austin, Manitoba, Canada); and Meadow Lane Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada).

In 2016 the colony was a member of the Schmiedeleut Group 2.

Additional Information

Location

Headingly, Manitoba (coordinates: 49.9297222, -97.4230555 [49° 55′ 47″ N, 97° 25′ 23 W″])

Address

Box 285, Headingly, Manitoba R4J 1C1

Switchboard Phone

204-888-8393

Managers and Ministers

Manager Minister Years
Joey Maendel David Maendel 2006
Joey Maendel Peter Maendel 2010
Joey Maendel Peter Maendel 2017


Author(s) David Decker
Samuel Kleinsasser
Bert Friesen
Date Published November 2017



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Decker, David, Samuel Kleinsasser and Bert Friesen. "Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. November 2017. Web. 23 May 2018. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Sturgeon_Creek_Hutterite_Colony_(Headingly,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=155726.

APA style

Decker, David, Samuel Kleinsasser and Bert Friesen. (November 2017). Sturgeon Creek Hutterite Colony (Headingly, Manitoba, Canada). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 23 May 2018, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Sturgeon_Creek_Hutterite_Colony_(Headingly,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=155726.




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