Fonds Acc: 94-28; 07-17 - Chater United Church fonds

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Chater United Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 94-28; 07-17

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  • 1910-1973, predominant 1910-1937 (Creation)

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2 bound volumes of textual material.

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Chater United Church existed in the Manitoba community of Chater, located east of Brandon, from 1925 to 1971. Its predecessor was a Local Union formed in 1922 between Chater Methodist Church and Chater Presbyterian Church. In 1925, Chater was part of the Douglas Pastoral charge along with Sperling. Rev. J.H. Hellyar presided at this time. Chater Methodist Church, completed in 1900, continued to be used as Chater United Church. Chater United Church closed in 1971 and the building became used as a community centre.

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The records of Chater United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of several transfers of records from the Rural Municipality of Elton in 1994 and from Judy Hare in 2007.

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The records of Chater United Church held at the conference archives include records of the Parsonage Trustee Board (1910-1937) and a Communion Roll and Register (1973).

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