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[[File:Spijkinisse.jpg|300px|thumb|right|''Source: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:LocatieSpijkenisse.png Wikipedia Commons]'']]    Spijkenisse, a small town on the island of Putten (coordinates: <span title="Latitude">51° 50′ 40″ N, 4° 19′ 12″ E</span><span title="Longitude">) </span>in the Dutch province of [[South Holland (Netherlands) |South Holland]], formerly the seat of a Mennonite congregation, which is sometimes called "Spijkenis, Heenvliet and Suytlant," and also "Geervliet-Spijkenis." (See also [[Geervliet (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)|Geervliet]], Heenvliet, and [[Zuidland (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)|Zuidland]]. It is impossible because of lack of sources to ascertain whether and to what extent these congregations were independent of each other. A congregation of Spijkenisse is mentioned before 1600. This congregation, belonging to the[[Flemish Mennonites| Flemish ]]branch, was always small (figures not obtainable). In 1648 its meetinghouse burned down and was rebuilt with financial support by the Rotterdam congregation; also at several other times Rotterdam contributed to the needs of Spijkenisse. After the [[Lammerenkrijgh|Lammerenkrijgh]] had divided the Flemish Mennonites into [[Lamists|Lamists]] and [[Zonists|Zonists]], Spijkenisse, Heenvliet, and Zuidland sided with the conservative [[Zonists|Zonists]], and in 1664 Huygh Barentsz van der Klok, Leendert Pietersz, and Adriaan Jansz signed the [[Verbondt van Eenigheydt|<em>Verbondt van Eenigheydt</em> ]]for these congregation(s), while in 1674 the congregation rejected liberal [[Collegiants|Collegiant]] views. It was always served by untrained preachers chosen from the membership; apparently Klaas Cornelissen, who served till about 1721, was the last of them. According to the <em>[[Naamlijst der tegenwoordig in dienst zijnde predikanten der Mennoniten
 
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'']]    Spijkenisse, a small town on the island of Putten (coordinates: <span title="Latitude">51° 50′ 40″ N, 4° 19′ 12″ E</span><span title="Longitude">) </span>in the Dutch province of [[South Holland (Netherlands) |South Holland]], formerly the seat of a Mennonite congregation, which is sometimes called "Spijkenis, Heenvliet and Suytlant," and also "Geervliet-Spijkenis." (See also [[Geervliet (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)|Geervliet]], Heenvliet, and [[Zuidland (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)|Zuidland]]. It is impossible because of lack of sources to ascertain whether and to what extent these congregations were independent of each other. A congregation of Spijkenisse is mentioned before 1600. This congregation, belonging to the[[Flemish Mennonites|Flemish]]branch, was always small (figures not obtainable). In 1648 its meetinghouse burned down and was rebuilt with financial support by the Rotterdam congregation; also at several other times Rotterdam contributed to the needs of Spijkenisse. After the [[Lammerenkrijgh|Lammerenkrijgh]] had divided the Flemish Mennonites into [[Lamists|Lamists]] and [[Zonists|Zonists]], Spijkenisse, Heenvliet, and Zuidland sided with the conservative [[Zonists|Zonists]], and in 1664 Huygh Barentsz van der Klok, Leendert Pietersz, and Adriaan Jansz signed the [[Verbondt van Eenigheydt|&lt;em&gt;Verbondt van Eenigheydt&lt;/em&gt; ]]for these congregation(s), while in 1674 the congregation rejected liberal [[Collegiants|Collegiant]] views. It was always served by untrained preachers chosen from the membership; apparently Klaas Cornelissen, who served till about 1721, was the last of them. According to the <em>[[Naamlijst der tegenwoordig in dienst zijnde predikanten der Mennoniten
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in de Vereenigde Nederlanden|Naamlijst]]</em> of 1731, 1743, and 1755 the pulpit then became vacant and by about 1760 the congregation of Spijkenisse had ceased to exist.
 
in de Vereenigde Nederlanden|Naamlijst]]</em> of 1731, 1743, and 1755 the pulpit then became vacant and by about 1760 the congregation of Spijkenisse had ceased to exist.
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =

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Spijkenisse, a small town on the island of Putten (coordinates: 51° 50′ 40″ N, 4° 19′ 12″ E) in the Dutch province of South Holland, formerly the seat of a Mennonite congregation, which is sometimes called "Spijkenis, Heenvliet and Suytlant," and also "Geervliet-Spijkenis." (See also Geervliet, Heenvliet, and Zuidland. It is impossible because of lack of sources to ascertain whether and to what extent these congregations were independent of each other. A congregation of Spijkenisse is mentioned before 1600. This congregation, belonging to the Flemish branch, was always small (figures not obtainable). In 1648 its meetinghouse burned down and was rebuilt with financial support by the Rotterdam congregation; also at several other times Rotterdam contributed to the needs of Spijkenisse. After the Lammerenkrijgh had divided the Flemish Mennonites into Lamists and Zonists, Spijkenisse, Heenvliet, and Zuidland sided with the conservative Zonists, and in 1664 Huygh Barentsz van der Klok, Leendert Pietersz, and Adriaan Jansz signed the Verbondt van Eenigheydt for these congregation(s), while in 1674 the congregation rejected liberal Collegiant views. It was always served by untrained preachers chosen from the membership; apparently Klaas Cornelissen, who served till about 1721, was the last of them. According to the [[Naamlijst der tegenwoordig in dienst zijnde predikanten der Mennoniten

in de Vereenigde Nederlanden|Naamlijst]] of 1731, 1743, and 1755 the pulpit then became vacant and by about 1760 the congregation of Spijkenisse had ceased to exist.

Bibliography

Hoop Scheffer, Jacob Gijsbert de. Inventaris der Archiefstukken berustende bij de Vereenigde Doopsgezinde Gemeente to Amsterdam, 2 vols. Amsterdam: Uitgegeven en ten geschenke aangeboden door den Kerkeraad dier Gemeente, 1883-1884: v. I, No. 896; v. II, No. 2367.

Vos, Karel. Geschiedenis der Doopsgezinde gemeente te Rotterdam. 1907: reprint 13.

Maps

Map:Spijkenisse (Zuid-Holland)


Author(s) Nanne van der Zijpp
Date Published 1959


Cite This Article

MLA style

van der Zijpp, Nanne. "Spijkenisse (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 17 Apr 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Spijkenisse_(Zuid-Holland,_Netherlands)&oldid=96500.

APA style

van der Zijpp, Nanne. (1959). Spijkenisse (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 17 April 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Spijkenisse_(Zuid-Holland,_Netherlands)&oldid=96500.




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