Clandeboye United Church

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Clandeboye United Church

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Clandeboye United Church existed in Clandeboye, Manitoba, in the Rural Municipality of St. Andrew's from 1925 until 1972. The predecessor of Clandeboye United Church was Clandeboye Presbyterian Church. The congregation of Clandeboye utilized the former Presbyterian Church structure erected in 1901 at Highway #9 and Clandeboye Road and the first minister was Rev. J.S. Lowe. A memorial bell tower was added to the church in 1944 and in 1967 a Christian Education building was opened. The original Clandeboye manse was built in 1905 and was renovated in the late 1950's. The manse was replaced by a new structure in 1965. Clandeboye United Church participated in a joint pastoral charge with Dunara and Petersfield (and later Winnipeg Beach) for several years before the congregations began a trial amalgamation in 1969. In 1972, amalgamation of the four churches became official. The amalgamated congregation is known as both the 'Clandeboye Amalgamated United Church', as well as the 'Clandeboye Pastoral Charge of the United Church'. The amalgamated congregation utilized the former Clandeboye United Church in the winter months and the Dunara United Church in the summer months. Dunara Church was taken over by the Full Gospel Church and a new 'Clandeboye Amalgamated United Church' structure was erected in Clandeboye in 1982. Clandeboye United Church is a part of the Selkirk Presbytery.

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