Fonds Acc: 83 -1; 83 - 7; 86 - 3; 87 - 33; 99 - 21; 03 - 26 - Brandon Hills United Church fonds

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Brandon Hills United Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 83 -1; 83 - 7; 86 - 3; 87 - 33; 99 - 21; 03 - 26

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  • 1900 - 1985 (Creation)

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.4m textual material. : (some microfilm)

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Brandon Hills United Church existed in the Manitoba community of Brandon Hills, south of Brandon, Manitoba from 1925 to 2004. It was predecessed by Brandon Hills Presbyterian and Methodist churches, who jointly built a church in 1896. This church continued to be used after formal union with the United Church of Canada. The congregation of Blyth remained part of the Brandon Hills charge for a few years after officially joining the United Church of Canada, even though Blyth chose not to enter Union. A three - point charge formed again with Beresford and Little Souris in 1947. In 1956, Brandon Hills joined the Wawanesa Pastoral charge, which at the time included Wawanesa and Treesbank. In 1979, the Pastoral charge comprised of Brandon Hills, Wawanesa, and Nesbitt. Brandon Hills United Church was destroyed by fire on April 24, 2004. Construction on a new church began in the summer of 2006 and was completed the following year. In 2010 Brandon Hills, along with Wawanesa United Church is part of the Wawanesa Pastoral charge in Assiniboine Presbytery.

Custodial history

The records of Brandon Hills United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of several transfers from the Brandon Hills congregation/ Wawanesa Pastoral charge in 1983; 1986; 1987; 1999; and 2003.

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The surviving records of Brandon Hills United Church include: Sacramental Registers pertaining to Baptisms (1900-1919), Marriages (1901-1917, 1941, 1947), and Burials (1901-1916); records of the Annual meetings (1904-1955), and an annual report (1982); records of the congregation (1955-1985); records of the Women's Missionary Society (1932-1965); records of the United Church Women (1961-1984), reports and thank offerings (1967-1983), and a cash book (1970-1984); pamphlets about the Ninette Sanatorium; records of the 100th Anniversary (1979); financial records (1902-1923, 1953-1965).

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Some restrictions on access to Baptism, Marriage and Burial Registers apply.

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Related material: See Wawanesa United Church fonds. See also Rounthwaite Presbyterian Church and Rounthwaite United Church fonds for records pertaining to the Brandon Hills Women's Foreign Missionary Society and Women's Missionary Society.

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The Congregtaional Meeting minutes dating from 1955 to 1985 are available in microfilm form.

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