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The Roseville Mennonite congregation near Roseville, ON was Swiss/South German in cultural identity. The language of worship was English; the transition from German occurred in the early 1900s.
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The Roseville Mennonite congregation near Roseville, [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]] was Swiss/South German in cultural identity. The language of worship was English; the transition from German occurred in the early 1900s.
  
[[File:Detweiler%20Interior%201999.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Interior of restored
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[[File:Detweiler%20Interior%201999.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Interior of restored meetinghouse, 1999'']]   
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The congregation began services in ca. 1822. The first building was occupied in ca. 1830, with a later building in 1855. Jacob Detweiler is considered the founding leader of the group. The congregation originated through emigration from [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]]. The congregation was also known as Detweiler Mennonite Church.
  
meetinghouse, 1999'']]     The congregation began services in ca. 1822. The first building was occupied in ca. 1830, with a later building in 1855. Jacob Detweiler is considered the founding leader of the group. The congregation originated through emigration from [[Pennsylvania (USA)|Pennsylvania]]. The congregation was also known as Detweiler Mennonite Church.
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[[File:92-1.30.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Detweiler Meetinghouse in 1855'']]
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In the congregation's early years there was some rivalry with the [[Hallman Mennonite Church (Ayr, Ontario, Canada)|Hallman]] church over where a building should be constructed. In the end two buildings went up, though the Hallman group dissolved about 1886.
  
<div align="left">    [[File:92-1.30.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Detweiler
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The 1855 Roseville building was used for a time in the 1970s by groups of Mennonites from [[Mexico]]. See [[Kitchener Evangelical Mennonite Mission Church (Kitchener, Ontario, Canada)|Kitchener Evangelical Mennonite Mission]] Church.
  
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In 1925 there were 15 members; in 1950, 20; in 1965, 19. The congregation dissolved in 1966. It was affiliated with the [[Mennonite Conference of Ontario and Quebec|Mennonite Conference of Ontario]] and the [[Mennonite Church (MC)|Mennonite Church]].
  
in 1855'']]    </div> In the congregation's early years there was some rivalry with the [[Hallman Mennonite Church (Ayr, Ontario, Canada)|Hallman]] church over where a building should be constructed. In the end two buildings went up, though the Hallman group dissolved about 1886.
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[[File:Detweiler%20Meetinghouse%20(Restored).jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Restored Meetinghouse, Sept. 1999.'']]
 
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The building and land was sold to Detweiler Meetinghouse Inc. in 1992, and restoration of the 1855 building as a heritage site began in 1996. The dedication of the restored meetinghouse took place in September 1999.
The 1855 Roseville building was used for a time in the 1970s by a group of Mennonites from [[Mexico|Mexico]]. See [[Kitchener Evangelical Mennonite Mission Church (Kitchener, Ontario, Canada)|Kitchener Evangelical Mennonite Mission]] Church.
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In 1925 there were 15 members; in 1950, 20; in 1965, 19. The congregation dissolved in 1966. It was affiliated with the Mennonite Conference of Ontario and the Mennonite Church.
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[[File:Detweiler%20Meetinghouse%20(Restored).jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Restored Meetinghouse,
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Sept. 1999. S. Steiner
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photo.'']]     The building and land was sold to Detweiler Meetinghouse Inc. in 1992, and restoration of the 1855 building as a heritage site began in 1996. The dedication of the restored meetinghouse took place in September 1999.
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The church is located on Roseville Rd., 1 km  west of Roseville.
 
The church is located on Roseville Rd., 1 km  west of Roseville.
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
<em class="gameo_bibliography">Canadian Mennonite</em> (4 January 1957): 4.
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<em>Canadian Mennonite</em> (4 January 1957): 4.
  
<em class="gameo_bibliography"> Mennonite Reporter</em> (29 February 1988): 10; (22 January 1996): 13.
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<em> Mennonite Reporter</em> (29 February 1988): 10; (22 January 1996): 13.
  
<em class="gameo_bibliography">K-W Record</em>, 6 Oct. 1987.
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<em>K-W Record</em>, 6 Oct. 1987.
  
Burkholder, L. J. <em class="gameo_bibliography">A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario.</em> Kitchener, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 70-71.
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Burkholder, L. J. <em>A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario.</em> Kitchener, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 70-71.
  
Good, Reg. <em class="gameo_bibliography">Detweiler's Meetinghouse: a History of Mennonites Near Roseville, Ontario.</em> Roseville, ON : Detweiler Meetinghouse, Inc., 1999.
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Good, Reg. <em>Detweiler's Meetinghouse: a History of Mennonites Near Roseville, Ontario.</em> Roseville, ON : Detweiler Meetinghouse, Inc., 1999.
  
Church records at [http://grebel.uwaterloo.ca/mao/ Mennonite Archives of Ontario]
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Church records at [https://uwaterloo.ca/mennonite-archives-ontario/ Mennonite Archives of Ontario]
 
= Additional Information =
 
= Additional Information =
 
Detweiler Meetinghouse [http://www.detweilermeetinghouse.ca/ website]
 
Detweiler Meetinghouse [http://www.detweilermeetinghouse.ca/ website]
 
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Latest revision as of 20:17, 28 February 2014

The Roseville Mennonite congregation near Roseville, Ontario was Swiss/South German in cultural identity. The language of worship was English; the transition from German occurred in the early 1900s.

Interior of restored meetinghouse, 1999

The congregation began services in ca. 1822. The first building was occupied in ca. 1830, with a later building in 1855. Jacob Detweiler is considered the founding leader of the group. The congregation originated through emigration from Pennsylvania. The congregation was also known as Detweiler Mennonite Church.

Detweiler Meetinghouse in 1855

In the congregation's early years there was some rivalry with the Hallman church over where a building should be constructed. In the end two buildings went up, though the Hallman group dissolved about 1886.

The 1855 Roseville building was used for a time in the 1970s by groups of Mennonites from Mexico. See Kitchener Evangelical Mennonite Mission Church.

In 1925 there were 15 members; in 1950, 20; in 1965, 19. The congregation dissolved in 1966. It was affiliated with the Mennonite Conference of Ontario and the Mennonite Church.

Restored Meetinghouse, Sept. 1999.

The building and land was sold to Detweiler Meetinghouse Inc. in 1992, and restoration of the 1855 building as a heritage site began in 1996. The dedication of the restored meetinghouse took place in September 1999.

The church is located on Roseville Rd., 1 km  west of Roseville.

[edit] Bibliography

Canadian Mennonite (4 January 1957): 4.

Mennonite Reporter (29 February 1988): 10; (22 January 1996): 13.

K-W Record, 6 Oct. 1987.

Burkholder, L. J. A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario. Kitchener, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 70-71.

Good, Reg. Detweiler's Meetinghouse: a History of Mennonites Near Roseville, Ontario. Roseville, ON : Detweiler Meetinghouse, Inc., 1999.

Church records at Mennonite Archives of Ontario

[edit] Additional Information

Detweiler Meetinghouse website


Author(s) Joseph C. Fretz
Marlene Epp
Date Published April 1986


[edit] Cite This Article

MLA style

Fretz, Joseph C. and Marlene Epp. "Roseville Mennonite Church (Roseville, Ontario, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. April 1986. Web. 23 Sep 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Roseville_Mennonite_Church_(Roseville,_Ontario,_Canada)&oldid=114485.

APA style

Fretz, Joseph C. and Marlene Epp. (April 1986). Roseville Mennonite Church (Roseville, Ontario, Canada). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 23 September 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Roseville_Mennonite_Church_(Roseville,_Ontario,_Canada)&oldid=114485.




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