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Angusville Union Church fonds
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CA UCA Acc: 86-35
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3 volumes of textual material.
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Methodist services were first held around Angusville, Manitoba, located in the Rural Municipality of Silver Creek, in the late 1880's, taking place in the schools and stores until a church was built. Early preaching points of the mission field aligned with the school districts of Seeburn, St. Mary's and Boyle. In 1910, the first church in the district of Angusville was built, serving the Methodist congregtaions of Angusville, St. Mary's and Boyle. The mission field evolved into a charge around 1915 with T.B. Pearson serving as minister to Angusville, Boyle, Lidford and Clifford. In 1916, the Seaburn Presbyterian congregation joined in Local Union with the Angusville Methodist Church, which allowed the Seaburn Presbyterian Mission to finally obtain congregational status.
The records of Angusville Union Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from Brenda Ferguson on Novemeber 20, 1986.
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The records of Angusville Union Church held at the conference archives include: records of the Official Board (1915-1921); records of the Trustees Board (1912-1919); and records of the Treasurer (1909-1918).
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- Birtle Presbytery (Subject)
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