Fonds Acc. Ex-71; 1992-11; 1992-29b; 1996-13; 2002-07; 2005-30; 2011-03; 2017-12 - Winnipeg Trinity United Church (II) fonds

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Winnipeg Trinity United Church (II) fonds

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CA UCA Acc. Ex-71; 1992-11; 1992-29b; 1996-13; 2002-07; 2005-30; 2011-03; 2017-12

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  • 1965-2015 (Creation)
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    Winnipeg Trinity United Church (II)

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(1965-present)

Administrative history

Trinity United Church (II), formerly St. Norbert United Church, has existed in Winnipeg since 1965. Sunday School services were established in the Fort Richmond and St. Norbert area by the late 1950's, but a congregation was not officially established until 1965. Early services of the St. Norbert United Church were held in a one-room schoolhouse south of St. Norbert, in St. Norbert Elementary School, and eventually in Dalhousie School. The congregation called a full time ordained minister in 1971, Rev. Grant Smith. In 1976, the church purchased a piece of land on Summerside Avenue in Fort Richmond. During the construction of their church, the congregation voted to change their name from St. Norbert United to Trinity United. Winnipeg Presbytery approved of their motion, and in November 1978, the congregation formally adopted the name Trinity United Church. The following year, the congregation officially opened and dedicated their new church. Trinity United Church is located at 933 Summerside Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Note: Trinity United Church (c.1965) has been designated 'II' in order to recognize it as a separate congregation from Trinity United Church (c.1952), which has been designated with 'I'.

Custodial history

The records of Trinity United Church (Fort Garry) came to the conference archives as part of a transfer of records in 1992, 1996, 2002, 2005, 2011, and 2017. For a detailed and up-to-date custodial history please see Keeper for accession records.

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The surviving records of Trinity United Church (II) include: records of the Official Board, including minutes, correspondence, reports and financial records, (1965-2013); Annual Reports, (1982-2013); records of the following Committees: Christian Education, (1987-1989, 2008-2013); Worship, (1987-1996, 2008-2013); Finance, Stewardship and Property, (1987-1996, 2008-2013); Outreach, (1986-1990, 2008-2013); Building (including architectural plans), (1974-1978); and Fellowship, (1986-1989); and records of lay associations, including the United Church Women, (1969-1990); Pictorial directories (1992, 2009, 2015); Newsletters (2006-2013); Bulletins and announcements (2008-2013).

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