Fonds Acc: 89-30 - Pinawa Christian Fellowship fonds

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Pinawa Christian Fellowship fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 89-30

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  • 1973 - 1982 (Creation)

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4 cm of textual material.

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Pinawa Christian Fellowship has existed in the Mantoban community of Pinawa, located about 100 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg, since 1963. The Pinawa Christian Fellowship was formed when the town of "new" Pinawa was formed, after its predecessor was abandoned in 1951, with the establishment of an Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. research centre. The Christian Fellowship is a multi-denominational shared ministry recognized by the Anglican Church of Canada, the Mennonite Church of Manitoba, the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and the United Church of Canada. Its first minister noted in the Annual Reports of the United Church of Canada was Rev. D.R. Ross. As of 2009, the Pinawa Christian Fellowship held services at the F.W. Gilbert Elementary School at 33 Massey Ave in Pinawa. It belongs to the Selkirk Presbytery.

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The records of the Pinawa United Church/Christian Fellowship came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario through the donation of the Rev. Richard Corman in June of 1991.

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The records held at the conference archives of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario include the following series: Records of membership (1973-1982); and minutes and financial records (1979-1982)

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