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Small Mennonite Churches that Were . . .

This page is for the small Mennonite churches in Saskatchewan that are not really there any more. Though at some sites you can still find a cemetery. So far we have Fairholme, Gnadenau, and Madison.

Click on names of photos under the thumbnail to see the full-screen web edition. Access to the original may be obtained upon request from the MHSS Archives. Permission is granted to download and use the web edition photos if full credit is given and a link back to the page here where you found it. More information on churches and institutions is found at GAMEO

(Note: date convention used is day/month/year)

Fairholme Bruderthaler Mennonite Church

Fairholme, SK. The congregation was affiliated with the Evangelical Mennonite Brethren Conference (1935-1962).

Fairholme Bruderthaler Mennonite Church
Fairholme Bruderthaler Mennonite Church

Number:Fairholme-Bruderthaler-Mennonite-Church.jpg
Description: Fairholme Bruderthaler Mennonite Church
Date:
Location:
Parent fond or collection: -
Access restrictions: - Acknowledge MHSS
Size: 423.6 KB Original; 360.1 KB web edition
Copyright: Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan
Source: photographer
Photographer: Victor G. Wiebe

Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church

Flowing Well, SK. The congregation merged with Elim Mennonite Brethren Church at Hodgeville in 1968.

Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church cemetery
Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church cemetery

Number: Gnadenau-Mennonite-Brethren-Church-cemetery-4.jpg
Description: Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church cemetery
Date: 2/8/2010
Location: Gnadenau, SK
Parent fond or collection: -
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Size: 2.7 MB Original; 404.5 KB web edition
Copyright: Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan
Source: photographer
Photographer: Victor G. Wiebe

Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church - cemetery
Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church - cemetery sign

Number: Gnadenau-Mennonite-Brethren-Church-Cemetery-sign.jpg
Description: Gnadenau Mennonite Brethren Church - cemetery sign
Date: 2/8/2010
Location: Gnadenau, SK
Parent fond or collection: -
Access restrictions: - Acknowledge MHSS
Size: 2.5 MB Original; 408.1 KB web edition
Copyright: Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan
Source: photographer
Photographer: Victor G. Wiebe



Madison Mennonite, or the Glidden-Kindersley Mennonite Church

the people of the Madison church near Kindersley, SK.
The small Madison Conference of Mennonites congregation near Kindersley.

Number: Madison-Sask-193_.jpg
Description: he small Madison Conference of Mennonites congregation near Kindersley. It was part of the Ebenfeld Gemeinde, also known as the Glidden-Kindersley Church.
Date: 2/8/2010
Location: Glidden, Kindersley, SK.
Parent fond or collection: -
Access restrictions: - Acknowledge MHSS
Size: 795.2 KB Original; 157.1 KB web edition
Copyright: Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan
Source: photographer
Photographer: Victor G. Wiebe




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