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[[File:ManitouMBChurch.jpg|350px|thumb|right|''Manitou MB Church.<br />
 
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Manitou Mennonite Brethren Church began services and formally organized in 1927. Anton Baerg was elected as the first leader. The congregation originated through immigration from the [[Union of Soviet Socialist Republics|Soviet Union]]. At first the congregation met in a school. When the congregation outgrew the school, they met in an available machine shed during the summer and in the winter, divided into four groups and met in homes. In 1931, it was decided to build a church. Once a month, the congregation held a youth service. Another building was built in 1967. The church had a 50th anniversary celebration in 1977. Another building was purchased in 1983 and attached to the original building for Sunday School.
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Manitou Mennonite Brethren Church began services in 1927 and formally organized on 6 June 1927 with 30 charter members. Anton Baerg was elected as the first leader. The congregation originated through emigration from the [[Union of Soviet Socialist Republics|Soviet Union]]. At first the congregation met in Hazel School north of Manitou. When the congregation outgrew the school, they met in an available machine shed during the summer and in the winter, divided into four groups and met in homes. On 16 October 1931, it was decided to build a church. Once a month, the congregation held a youth service. The present sanctuary was built in 1967 and dedicated on 25 June 1967. The church had a 50th anniversary celebration in 1977. Another building was purchased in 1983 and attached to the original building for Sunday School.
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
<span class="gameo_bibliography">Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies (Winnipeg, Manitoba). "Manitou MB Church."[http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/  http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/] (accessed 8 January 2010).</span>
 
<span class="gameo_bibliography">Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies (Winnipeg, Manitoba). "Manitou MB Church."[http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/  http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/] (accessed 8 January 2010).</span>
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=== Archival Records ===
 
=== Archival Records ===
 
Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Winnipeg, Manitoba. [http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/ Volumes 423, 425–430].
 
Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Winnipeg, Manitoba. [http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/ Volumes 423, 425–430].
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Giesbrecht, Ed. "Manitou Mennonite Brethren Church 90th Anniversary Celebration June 25, 2017: Looking Back: A Presentation on the History of our Church." [http://www.manitoumbchurch.com/about_us Church website].
 
= Additional Information =
 
= Additional Information =
 
'''Address''': Box 340, Manitou MB R0G 1G0
 
'''Address''': Box 340, Manitou MB R0G 1G0
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'''Phone''': 204-242-2433
 
'''Phone''': 204-242-2433
  
'''Website''': [http://sites.google.com/site/manitoumbchurch/home Manitou MB Church]
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'''Website''': [http://www.manitoumbchurch.com/ Manitou MB Church]
  
 
'''Denominational Affiliations''':
 
'''Denominational Affiliations''':

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Manitou Mennonite Brethren Church, 1951.
Creator: Henry J. Wiens (1885-1975)
Digitized by Hiebert Library. Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies
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Manitou MB Church.
Source: Manitou MB Church website
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Manitou Mennonite Brethren Church began services in 1927 and formally organized on 6 June 1927 with 30 charter members. Anton Baerg was elected as the first leader. The congregation originated through emigration from the Soviet Union. At first the congregation met in Hazel School north of Manitou. When the congregation outgrew the school, they met in an available machine shed during the summer and in the winter, divided into four groups and met in homes. On 16 October 1931, it was decided to build a church. Once a month, the congregation held a youth service. The present sanctuary was built in 1967 and dedicated on 25 June 1967. The church had a 50th anniversary celebration in 1977. Another building was purchased in 1983 and attached to the original building for Sunday School.

Bibliography

Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies (Winnipeg, Manitoba). "Manitou MB Church."http://www.mbconf.ca/home/products_and_services/resources/published_genealogies/mb_provincial_conferences_and_church_congregation_records/manitoba_archives/manitou_mennonite_brethren_church_archives/ (accessed 8 January 2010).

Mennonite Brethren Herald (4 April 1986), (27 May 1988): 40; (22 October 1999): http://old.mbherald.com/38-20/people.html (accessed 8 January 2010); (20 May 2005): http://www.mbherald.com/44/07/transitions.en.html (accessed 8 January 2010).

Toews, John A. A History of the Mennonite Brethren Church: Pilgrims and Pioneers. Fresno, CA, 1975: 162.

Archival Records

Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Volumes 423, 425–430.

Giesbrecht, Ed. "Manitou Mennonite Brethren Church 90th Anniversary Celebration June 25, 2017: Looking Back: A Presentation on the History of our Church." Church website.

Additional Information

Address: Box 340, Manitou MB R0G 1G0

Phone: 204-242-2433

Website: Manitou MB Church

Denominational Affiliations:

Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba

Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

General Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

Manitou MB Church Leading Ministers

Minister Years
Anton Baerg 1927–1930
Johann P. Froese 1931–1933
Heinrich H. Goossen 1934
Johann P. Froese 1935-1938
Heinrich H. Goossen 1939
Gerhard Klassen 1940
Jacob Wiebe 1941-1942
Heinrich H. Goossen 1943-1947
J. Froese 1948
Gerhard Klassen 1949-1951
John Wiebe 1952-1967
Jacob Falk 1968-1972
A. J. Froese 1973-1978
Alvin Penner 1980-1987
George Toews 1988-1999
John Nikkel 2000-2005
Stephen Kroeker 2006-2009
Derek Lehman 2009-present

Manitou MB Church Membership

Year Members
1950 66
1965 65
1985 134
1995 125
2000 111
2010 80


Author(s) John P. Froese
Marlene Epp
Date Published March 2012


Cite This Article

MLA style

Froese, John P. and Marlene Epp. "Manitou Christian Fellowship (Manitou, Manitoba, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. March 2012. Web. 16 Jul 2019. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Manitou_Christian_Fellowship_(Manitou,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=160293.

APA style

Froese, John P. and Marlene Epp. (March 2012). Manitou Christian Fellowship (Manitou, Manitoba, Canada). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 16 July 2019, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Manitou_Christian_Fellowship_(Manitou,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=160293.




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