Fonds Acc: Unknown - Mountain Gap United Church fonds

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Mountain Gap United Church fonds

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  • 1908-1952 (Creation)

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2 cm textual material.

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Mountain Gap United Church existed in Mountain Gap, Manitoba, located southeast of Roblin, from 1925 to 1955. Mountain Gap was formerly on a Methodist circuit, named the Mountain Gap Mission Circuit before it was renamed the Tamarisk circuit in 1918. It was organized in July 1907 by J.J. Stewart. At the time of Union in 1925, Reverend Stewart took the Grandview West Pastorate, which included Duck Mountain, Riverview, Mountain Gap and Halton. Pleasant Valley and Ottawa were added later. Other points included the field at some point were Blackstone, Rose Ridge and Mossvale. Mountain Gap closed in 1955 before the Grandview West Pastorate disbanded in 1958.

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The records of Mountain Gap 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 Grandview Pastoral charge.

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The records of Mountain Gap United Church held at the conference archives include a Circuit Register (1908-1952) and an Account Book (1934-1948).

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