Fonds Acc: 79-25 - Glenboro Union Church fonds

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Glenboro Union Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 79-25

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  • 1905-1923 (Creation)

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4 volumes of textual material.

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Glenboro Union Church existed in the Manitoba community of Glenboro, located 80 km southeast of Brandon, from 1913 to 1925. Its predecessors were Westminster Presbyterian Church and Glenboro Methodist Church, who, with Hilton and Treesbank, were already considering union in 1912. In July 1913, "almost unanimously it was decided to form a Union Church". Westminster United Church continued to be used as the Union Church, and Rev. J.L. King continued as the Union minister. In 1925, Glenboro Union Church officially joined The United Church of Canada to become Glenboro United Church.

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The records of the Glenboro Union Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from Glenboro United Church in 1979.

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The records of Glenboro Union Church include: records of the Church Union Committee (1913-1923); records of the Holland County Sunday School (1905-1914); and records of the Sunday School (1917-1918).

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