Fonds Acc: 80 - 13 - Schreiber Baptist Church fonds

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Schreiber Baptist Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 80 - 13

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  • 1900 - 1939 (Creation)

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2 volumes textual material.

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Schreiber Baptist Church existed in the community of Schreiber, Ontario, on the northernmost point of Lake Superior, from 1900 to 1939. The congregation was formed in 1900 and used St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church for services. The congregation was almost exclusively served by summer student supply. A Mr. Evans, who was the principal of the local public school, also looked after the services for the Baptist congregation. Alex McGregor built a church in 1913. The church closed in 1939 and the furniture was given to the Baptist church in Dorian. Many members of Schreiber Baptist Church transferred their membership to St. Andrew's United Church.

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The records of Schreiber Baptist Church came to the Archives of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from St. Andrew's United Church in 1980.

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The records of Schreiber Baptist Church held at the conference archives include records of the congregation (1900, 1907, and 1930) and records of the Ladies Aid (1910 - 1939).

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