Fonds 79-4; 79-17; 99-36 - Winnipeg St. Paul's Presbyterian Church fonds

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Winnipeg St. Paul's Presbyterian Church fonds

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CA UCA 79-4; 79-17; 99-36

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  • 1898-1923 (Creation)

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.5m textual material, photograph

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(1901-1925)

Administrative history

St. Paul's Presbyterian Church existed in Winnipeg from 1901 until 1925. The predecessors of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church were Beverley Street Mission (c. 1897) and Nena Street Mission (c. 1901). In 1901, the Beverley Street Mission moved from Beverley Street to Nena Street and subsequently changed its name. Later that year, Nena Street Mission became St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. Founded on November 11, 1901, the first communion service of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church was conducted by Rev. William Patrick. The communion roll of January 1902 reveals names from Beverly Street mission, Icelandic mission and Nena Street Mission. In 1902, Rev C. H. Stewart was called to St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. A site for a new church building was purchased in 1906 on the corner of Pearl and Notre Dame. The new St. Paul's Presbyterian Church building was completed and dedicated in December 1907. St. Paul's Presbyterian Church joined the United of Canada in 1925, becoming St. Paul's United Church.

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The records of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church came to the conference archives of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of two transfers of records in 1979.

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The surviving records of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church are arranged in the following series: Sacramental Registers, pertaining to Baptisms, 1912-1914, and Marriages, 1917-1921; Membership Rolls and records of the Session, including membership lists, Communion Roll and Register, and minutes, 1898-1923; records of the Board of Managers, including minutes, correspondence and reports, 1913-1918; and reference material, including newsletters ('St. Paul's Chimes'), a Ladies Aid Society Cookbook c.1918, and a photograph.

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Related material: See records of St. Paul's United Church for records pertaining to St. Paul's Presbyterian Church dating from 1902.

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