Title: Dungannon Christian Fellowship fonds
Dates of creation: 1972-1992
Physical description: 10 cm. of textual material
Administrative history: The church was located at R.R. 1, Dungannon, ON, N0M 1R0.
In 1975 there were 13 members. The congregation dissolved in 1984. It was affiliated with the Mennonite Conference of Ontario in 1974. Dungannon Christian Fellowship was part of the Mennonite Church segment of the Mennonite "family." The language of worship was English.
The congregation began services and formally organized in 1973. The first building was occupied in 1974. Orrie Gingrich is considered the founding leader of the group. The congregation originated through colonization from Waterloo County, and dissolved because of decreasing membership. Congregational leaders included: Orrie Gingrich, 1973-76, Doug Zehr, 1975-77, 1980-82, Hubert Lawrence, 1977-1980, and Ephraim Gingerich.
Custodial history: The fonds was donated by Fred W. Martin about 1993.
Created March 2002 by Sam Steiner
Scope and Content: There are two series: Formal records and Informal Records
An encyclopedia entry for this congregation may be found in GAMEO.
Original archival description created March 2002 by Sam Steiner.
- Congregational and Church Council minutes
1975-1984 (includes financial statements)
- Membership book, 1975-1984
- Financial records
- Women's Mission and Service Commission
- Legal Documents on Sale of Church, 1984
- Mennonite Aid Union valuation of building, 1979
- "A History of Dungannon Christian Fellowship" by Fred W. Martin, 1992
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