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1953–1978.
5 cm of textual records and 1 microfilm reel.


Administrative history
The Marquette Mennonite Brethren Church held its first service in 1925 and was officially organized in 1934 as a branch of the North End (Elmwood) Mennonite Brethren Church in Winnipeg. It became a member of the Manitoba Provincial and the Canadian conferences. Eventually, the church dissolved and transferred their membership to the North End (Elmwood) Mennonite Brethren Church in 1978.

The leaders of the church included: Isaak Penner (1933–1938), Jacob Esau (1938–1939), Peter Epp (1939–1942), Johann Thiessen (1942–1943), Isaak Penner (1943–1951), Franz Falk (1951–1953), Nick Thiessen (1953–1978).

The language of worship is German.

Scope and content
This fonds consists of a historical sketch, congregational meeting minutes, financial ledgers and a receipt book.

Custodial history
Some of the materials were microfilmed through the work of the Historical Commission of the Mennonite Brethren Conference.

Notes
Series description

Marquette Mennonite Brethren Church history.
1974.
1 mm of textual records.

This series consists of information for a historical sketch.
Marquette Mennonite Brethren Church congregational minutes.
1953–1978.
1 cm of textual records and 133 pp (microfilm).

This series consists of congregational meeting minutes.
Marquette Mennonite Brethren Church ledgers.
1956–1971.
3 cm of textual records.

This series consists of treasury and financial ledges and a receipt book.
Textual file list

Volume 439
  1. History. – 1974.
  2. Congregational Minutes. – 1953–1978.
  3. Financial Ledger. – 1956–1971.
  4. Treasury Ledger. – 1970–1972.
  5. Receipt Book. – 1970–1971.
Microfilm file list

Reel 86