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Beausejour Presbyterian Church fonds
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CA UCA Ex. 41
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ca. 1900 (Creation)
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The first Presbyterian communion services in Beausejour, a Manitoba community located about fifty minutes northeast of Winnipeg, took place in September of 1890 and were presided over by Rev. J. A. F. Sutherland. The pastoral field at this time included points at Beausejour, Tyndall, Brokenhead and Ladywood. A church building was erected by the Presbyterian congregation in 1904 at the corner of Third and Park in Beausejour. The first minister of the new church was Rev. Gordon MacLean. This church was also used for Methodist services. In 1925, the congregation officially joined The United Church of Canada and became Beausejour United Church, later renamed St. Paul's United.
The records of Beausejour United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from the Beausejour Pastoral Charge.
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The surviving records of Beausejour Presbyterian Church include marriage certificate stubs (c. 1900).
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Related material: See also the Private Register of Rev. Thomas Hart for entries that include the Beausejour and Tyndall area for Baptisms dating from 1892 to 1910.
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