Fonds 89 - 23 - Medora United Church fonds

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Medora United Church fonds

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CA UCA 89 - 23

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  • 1941-1981 (Creation)

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2 cm textual material.

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The Medora United Church in Medora, Manitoba, located northwest of Deloraine in the Rural Municipality of Brenda, opened in 1925. Reverend Andrews presided over the first services. The church was built in 1903 by the Methodists. An oil furnace was installed in 1952. According to presbytery minutes, Medora amalgamated with the Napinka United Church in 1932. The charge at the time consisted of the congregations from Medora, Napinka, Purple Hill, and Bernice with Reverend E.S. Dixon officiating. In 1940, this amalgamation was discontinued, and Medora formed a two-point charge with the Otter congregation. In 1942, Medora amalgamated with the Deloraine United Church and Otter was closed. According to the United Church Yearbook, however, Medora is listed on the charge with Napika, Purple Hill and Bernice until 1953 when Medora and Deloraine formed a three-point charge with the Otter congregation. In 1996, Medora United closed its doors. The last service was held 3 November, 1996. The members of Medora's congregation divided themselves among Melita and Deloraine.

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The records of Medora United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from the Deloraine Pastoral charge in 1989.

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The records of Medora United Church held at the conference archives include a Sacramental Register (1941-1962) and records of the Joint Official Board (1954-1981).

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

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