Fonds 90 - 18 - Newbridge United Church fonds

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Newbridge United Church fonds

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CA UCA 90 - 18

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  • 1918 - 1963 (Creation)

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3 volumes textual material.

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The Newbridge Presbyterian Church was built in 1899 in the Manitoba community then known as Langside then renamed Newbridge. The church was built largely in part to Reverend G. Faryon who devoted substantial time to securing funds for construction as well as doing a significant amount of construction himself. The church was dedicated in the fall of 1899. Reverend G. Faryon presided over a field that included points at Newbridge, Greenridge, Ridgeville and Woodmore. In 1921 a Local Union was formed between the Presbyterians in Newbridge and Greenridge and the Methodists from Ridgeville and Woodmore. In 1925, the Union church formally joined The United Church of Canada and became part of Greenridge Pastoral charge, with Ridgeville and Woodenore. At this time, the field was led by Rev. G.D. Robinson. Dominion City was added to the charge in 1932. In 1959, the Emerson-Dominion City Pastoral charge was formed when Emerson, Letellier and Marais joined the five point charge. In May 1965 the congregation of Newbridge United Church amalgamated with Greenridge-Woodmore. Closing services were held 20 June 1965. The church building was sold in 1969.

Custodial history

The records of Newbridge United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from Greenridge United Church in 1990.

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The records of Newbridge United Church held at the conference archives include: Communion Roll and Registers (1918 - 1963) and records of the Session (1958 - 1961).

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Related material: See also Emerson United Church and Valley Pastoral charge for other material pertaining to Newbridge United Church.

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  • English

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