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eBook A Foundation Like No Other : Mennonite Foundation of Canada 1973-1998 ePub

by John Dyck

  • ISBN: 0968082920
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: John Dyck
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mennonite Foundation of Canada; First Edition edition (1999)
  • ePub book: 1483 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1969 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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History, Mennonite Foundation of Canada.

Mennonite Church Canada is the conference of Mennonites in Canada, with head offices in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The first Mennonites in Canada arrived from Pennsylvania in 1786. The majority of the Mennonites that migrated to Canada over the next 150 years came directly from Europe. The first annual meeting of Mennonite ministers was held in 1810, which eventually led to founding the Mennonite Conference of Ontario (later the Mennonite Conference of Ontario and Quebec)

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Main article: Mennonite Church Canada.

Many times these divisions took place along family lines, with each extended family supporting its own branch. Political rulers often admitted the Menists or Mennonites into their states because they were honest, hardworking and peaceful. Main article: Mennonite Church Canada. Mennonite Church Canada is a conference of Mennonites in Canada, with head offices in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Currently (2003) the body has about 35,000 members in 235 churches.

Mennonite Church Canada, Canadian Mennonite University, Centre for . For more information, contact Dan Dyck, 600 Shaftesbury Blvd.

Mennonite Church Canada, Canadian Mennonite University, Centre for Transnational Mennonite Studies, Winnipeg, Man. The Mennonite Heritage Centre including its Archive and Art Gallery programs, is being reorganized under a new partnership and name. Mennonite Church Canada is made up of over 33,000 baptized members, 225 congregations and 5 area conferences. Winnipeg, MB R3P 0M4, (204) 888-6781, ddyckonitechurch.

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Sue C. Steiner, Mennonite Church Canada. Either book gives you good insight into who the Mennonites are. I read both books, but found that a lot of the same information was repeated in both books. This short book is an effort to respond positively to this challenge of summarizing Christian faith and practice from the perspective of a believer. I would choose one or the other if you don't want to get bored. Both are excellently written, but a lot of the same information is repeated in both books. 3 people found this helpful.