Fonds Ex-84 - Maple Street Mission fonds

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Maple Street Mission fonds

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CA UCA Ex-84

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  • 1900-1920 (Creation)

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1 vol textual material

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Maple Street Mission existed in Winnipeg from 1901 until 1925. Maple Street Mission served as a branch of All Peoples' Mission from 1901 until 1917, and existed primarily as an independent station from 1917 to 1925. In 1901, All Peoples' bought a church structure from the Congregationalists on Maple Street, located between Higgins and MacDonald. The Maple Street church structure came under the direction of superintendent Rev. R. Morrison and the name 'Maple Street Mission' was adopted. Maple Street Mission served as the original branch mission of All Peoples, and was eventually joined by other mission centres on Stella Avenue, Burrows Avenue and Sutherland. In 1917, Maple Street Mission became an independent station separate from All Peoples', though it was temporarily joined with Kildonan in 1919. From 1920 until 1924, Maple Street came under the direction of Immigration Chaplains, E. Chambers and John Maclean, respectively. After church union in 1925, Maple Street Mission united with Point Douglas United Church

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The records of the Maple Street Mission came to the conference archives of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records around 1970.

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The surviving records of Maple Street Mission include a Sacramental Register, pertaining to Baptisms, 1900-1920, Marriages, 1902-1919, and Burials, 1904-1919.

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Related material: See records of All Peoples' Mission for records pertaining to Maple Street Mission dating from 1908.

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