Classification scheme: 
Hist.Mss.1.332 (s.c.)

Title: Glenn M. Brubacher fonds

Dates of creation: 1962-2004, 2014

Physical description: 2 cm of textual records

Biographical sketch: Glenn M. Brubacher was the son of Ezra G. and Salome (Martin) Brubacher. He married Anna Mary Longacre; the couple had three children. He was a graduate of Eastern Mennonite College, Goshen College Biblical Seminary and Wilfrid Laurier University (Religion and Culture). He also trained as a counsellor. Glenn Brubacher had a long career as a pastor, primarily in southwestern Ontario. In addition to a number of interim positions, he served St. Jacobs Mennonite Church (1962-1976), First Mennonite in Kitchener (1976-1989) and Faith Mennonite Church in Leamington (1997-2004). He was also the executive director of Shalom Counselling Services from 1989-1997.

Custodial history: Donated to the Archives in 2018 by the Brubacher family

Scope and content: Notes, writings and sermons from Brubacher's years as a pastor

Notes: Further records relating to Glenn Brubacher may be found by searching the Archives.
Original archival description created 2020 by Laureen Harder-Gissing.

File list:

  1. Research notes and primary sources for "The Frema Geisht: A Study of the 1939 Schims in the Woolwich Conference...", 1961, 2014
    Note: For the text of the paper, see Hist.Mss.13.13.
  2. Brubacher, Glenn. "Suffering as a pastoral style." Reflections III, no. 2 (Jun 1977).
  3. Indexes to sermons preached, 1962-2004
  4. Resume, 2004
  5. Sermons
    Note: Includes funeral sermons for Susannah (Steckle) Martin, 1966; Mary Horst, 1973; Orville Snyder, 1963


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