Fonds Acc: 78 - 18; 85 - 40; 85 - 45; 2008 - 16 - Roland United Church fonds

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Roland United Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 78 - 18; 85 - 40; 85 - 45; 2008 - 16

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  • 1890 - 2001 (Creation)

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75 cm textual material.

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Roland United Church has existed in the Manitoba community of Roland, located southeast of Carman, since 1925. Its predecessors were Zion Methodist Church and some members of Knox Presbyterian's congregation. Rev. B.W. Allison presided over a field that included points at Roland, Myrtle, Bethel, Pomeroy, Kane, and McNabb. Zion Methodist Church continued to be used as Roland United Church, but by 1927 a dispute surfaced regarding the ownership of Knox Presbyterian Church and the manse arose between the United Church and the non-concurring Presbyterian congregation. The litigations were not resolved until 1930 when the Presbyterians agreed to withdraw their claim to the manse and accepted the decision granting ownership of Knox Presbyterian Church to The United Church of Canada. Roland United Church offered the use of the church for Presbyterian services, but the congregation opted to use St. John's Anglican Church instead. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, a new kitchen and washrooms were installed. At the time of description, Roland is an independent pastoral charge in Agassiz Presbytery.

Custodial history

The records of Roland United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of several transfers of records from the Roland Pastoral charge 1978; 1985; and 2008.

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The records of Roland United Church held at the conference archives include: Sacramental registers pertaining to Baptisms (1890 - 1966), Marriages (1891 - 1967), and Burials (1890 - 1926, 1934 - 1968); records of the Official Board (1925 - 1997); records of the congregation (1971 - 2001); records of the Session / Stewards (1925 - 1966); records of the Session (1965 - 1991); records of the Stewards (1933 - 1980); financial records (1948 - 1970); records of the Trustee Board (1926 - 1950); records of the Sunday School (1926 - 1945); records of the Adult Bible Class (1926 - 1976); records of the Woman's Missionary Society (1930 - 1961); records of the Ladies Aid (1930 - 1955); records of the Woman's Association (1946 - 1961); records of the United Church Women (1962 - 1963, 1980 - 1986, 1997); records of the Young People's Society (1931 - 1940); history (1925 -1975); records of the Memorial Fund (1975 - 1994); records of the Canadian Girls In Training (1951 - 1984); records of the Explorers (1974 - 1996); records of the Adult Study Group (1975 -1988); records of the Couples Club (1962 - 1975); special orders of service (1925 - 1978); records of the Young Women's Auxiliary (1929); records of Mission and Outreach (1995 - 2000); records of the Centennial (1970 - 1990); records of the Messengers (1962 - 1978); records of the Mission Band (1955 - 1962); records of the Canadian Bible Society (1981 - 1996); and records of membership (1966 - 1985)

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