Welcome to the Mennonite
of Saskatchewan (MHSS)
The Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan (MHSS) goals are to conserve, educate and celebrate Mennonite history, culture and religion in Saskatchewan, Canada and around the world.
We actively work to:
collect and preserve historical records,
foster a greater understanding and awareness of Mennonites,
sponsor programs and events which proclaim our history and culture,
provide expert assistance to individuals and groups in a variety of areas like local or family history, genealogy and religious study,
bring together people interested in sharing, research, preservation, promotion and advancement of the history of Saskatchewan Mennonites
issue a variety of publications including Saskatchewan Mennonite Historian, an Occasional Papers series, books and pamphlets.
For more information on "Who are the Mennonites of Saskatchewan?"
We encourage everyone who supports the goals of the Mennonite Historical Society of Saskatchewan to become members.
MHSS now has our complete Cemeteries database on this site: Cemeteries. It contains names in about 210 cemeteries although volunteers and friends sometimes notify us of more than have been found. (We are no longer on the RootsWeb site).
To find your way to LaRonge Rd, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, use your cursor to zoom in on the map below provided by Google.
The website 'mhss.sk.ca' invites your requests for assistance or information, compliments, comments and questions. Expressions regarding any material or links that appear on this website will receive suitable attention and response; contact us.
To find your way to the MHSS Archives on LaRonge Rd, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, use your cursor to zoom in on the map below provided by Google.
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