Fonds cma-2040 - Edmonton Moravian Church fonds

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Edmonton Moravian Church fonds

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cma cma-2040

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  • 1905-1995 (Creation)
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    Edmonton Moravian Church

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75 cm of textual records

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Originally known as the Strathcona Moravian Church, this congregation was organized June 12, 1905 on Edmonton's south side. The first pastor was Reverend Gottfried Henkelman, and services were held in a small chapel located in a converted pump factory. In 1912, the congregation changed its name to the Edmonton Moravian Church. As the congregation grew, it relocated first to a wooden structure and then to the building which it currently occupies. Norwood Moravian Church was officially opened on December 1, 1907 on Edmonton's north side. The first pastor was Reverend Gottfried Henkelman. The congregation did not thrive and was dissolved in 1922. Its members were encouraged to join the Edmonton Moravian Church.

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The fonds consists of minutes and meeting materials of the Edmonton Moravian Church, correspondence, progress reports, church property/church growth, financial records, vital statistics, publications, and materials pertaining to women's and youth groups. Includes subject files documenting special topics or themes.

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  • Some material may be written in German.

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Record No. 88.1; 00.44<br><br>

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