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1984–1996.
0.3 cm of textual records.


Administrative history
The Manitoba Missions and Church Extension began a church planting project in Selkirk on 29 January 1984. The congregation was officially chartered on 2 June 1985 and joined the Manitoba Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches in 1986. The church used rented facilities (1985–1988) at Dufferin Avenue and then bought a meeting house on Main Street in 1989. The membership stood at 11 in 1986 and 51 in 2000.

The leaders of the congregation were: Art Kliever (1985–1997), Victor Geddert (1998), Earle Wanamaker (1998), Don Petker (2000).

The language of worship is English.

Scope and content
This fonds consists of a congregational bulletin (1984) and a congregational address and telephone directory (1995/1996).
Custodial history

Records were transferred to the Centre for MB Studies archives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Notes
Series description

Selkirk Community Mennonite Brethren Church records.
1984–1996.
0.3 cm of textual records.

This series consists of a congregational bulletin of the official opening service (1984) and a congregational address and telephone directory for 1995/1996.

Textual file list

Volume 528
  1. Selkirk Community Mennonite Brethren Church records. – 1984–1996.
  2. Selkirk Community Mennonite Brethren Church constitution. -- 1985.