Fonds Acc: 84-24; 87-48 - Thunder Hill United Church fonds

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Thunder Hill United Church fonds

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CA UCA Acc: 84-24; 87-48

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  • 1913-1962 (Creation)

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5 cm textual material.

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Thunder Hill United Church existed in the Manitoba community of Thunder Hill, located southwest of Swan River, from 1925 to 1946. Its predecessor was a Local Union Church built in 1917. In 1925, Thunder Hill was part of the Kenville Pastoral charge, along with Kenville, Harlington and Pretty Valley. Rev. H.C. Harris presided. Thunder Hill United Church was destroyed by fire in 1946, but its organizations remained in existence after the church was destroyed. The Thunder Hill congregation joined with Benito around 1953.

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The records of Thunder Hill United Church came to The United Church of Canada Archives-Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario as part of a transfer of records from Rev. Brenda Ferguson in 1984 and from an unknown source in 1987.

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The records of Thunder Hill United Church held at the conference archives include: Communion Roll and Register (1955);records of the Ladies Aid (1913-1962); and records of the Red Cross Society (1918-1942).

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