Classification scheme: 

Title: Crosshill Mennonite Church fonds

Dates of creation:  1950-2008
Note: Further accruals are expected

Physical description: 5 cm of textual records

Administrative history: 

Crosshill Mennonite Church began services in 1949, and formally organized in 1970. The first building was occupied in 1949. The congregation originated through division from Maple View Mennonite due to congregational size. It was part of Maple View Mennonite Church's membership prior to 1970 when it was known as the Wellesley Amish Mennonite congregation.

In 1949 the congregation purchased the former Boyd Presbyterian Church built in 1888. An addition was built in 1971. In 2006 the congregation completed a new facility that provided accessible space for more congregational and community activities.

Scope and content: There are three series: Formal records, Informal Records, and Church Bulletins

Custodial history: The congregation has made periodic donations to the archives.

Notes: For photographs related to this congregation see the Mennonite Archival Image Database.

Sound recordings are located in Worship services recordings.

Series 1: Formal Records

  1. Deed of Land
  2. Incorporation documents
    2002 (also on CD)
  3. Annual meeting report book, church council minutes, bulletins
    2007 (on CD)
  4. Directories
    1994, 2008

Series 2: Informal Records

  1. Programs
    Summer Bible school, n.d.
    Re-dedication, 22 Jan 1950
  2. Histories
    History of Crosshill Mennonite Churchy, 1949-1995

Series 3: Bulletins

26 Oct 1997
6 Feb 2000
13 Feb 2000
27 Feb 2000
25 Jun 2000
27 Jan 2008


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Mennonite Archives of Ontario
Conrad Grebel University College
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Waterloo, ON N2L 3G6

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