Fonds Acc: 92 - 03; 03 - 45 - Sclater United Church fonds

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Sclater United Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 92 - 03; 03 - 45

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  • 1929-1936 (Creation)

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2 volumes textual material.

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The Sclater United Church existed in Sclater, Manitoba, located north of Pine River in the Rural Municipality of Mountain, from 1925 to 1947. Sclater first appears in the Presbyterian Yearbook in 1914 as one of the Ruthenian churches presided over by Reverend Gaherial Tymchuk, along with Ethelbert, Minik Creek and Cowan. In 1925, Sclater was part of the Ethelbert Pastoral Charge, that also included Ethelbert, Garland and Pine River. Rev. E. Perich was the first United minister. Prior to the construction of the church in 1936, worship took place in the Ukrainian National Home. Sclater United Church closed in 1947.

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The records of Sclater United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of two transfers of records in 1992 and 2003 from the Ethelbert Pastoral charge.

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The records of Sclater United Church held at the conference archives include records of annual meetings (1935-1948) and meeting proceedings (1929-1936).

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No further accruals are expected.

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The records of annual meetings are typed in Ukrainian.

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