Dalhousie Church (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

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Dalhousie Mennonite Brethren Church began services in 1984. The first building was occupied in 1984. Henry Willms, Henry Wall, and J. R. Klassen are considered the founding leaders of the group.The membership was organized in 1983 out of the Highland Mennonite Brethren Church before the first service was actually held in 1984. The congregation later changed its name to Dalhousie Mennonite Brethren Community Church, then to Dalhousie Community Church, and finally to Dalhousie Church.

In 2003 the congregation planted Sema Community Church, a satellite congregation of Dalhousie.


Mennonite Brethren Herald (24 August 1990): 29; (4 March 1994): 14; (22 March 2002); (30 April 2004); (March 2014): 21.

Mennonite Reporter (5 March 1984): 13.

Archival Records

Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies, Winnipeg, MB: Volume 347.

Additional Information

Address: 5511 Baroc Road NW, Calgary, AB T3A 4R1

Telephone: 403-286-8528

Website: Dalhousie Church

Denominational Affiliations:

Alberta Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

General Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

Dalhousie Church Leading Ministers

Minister Years
Henry Willms 1984-1990
Rick Hall 1991-1992
Abe Quiring (interim) 1993
Ron Toews 1994-2002
Mark Jantzen 2002-2006
Brad Huebert 2006-2014
Shane Woodlief 2014-present

Dalhousie Church Membership

Year Members
1985 189
1995 208
2000 239
2010 213
2015 183

Author(s) Marlene Epp
Date Published July 2016

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