Disciples Mennonite Fellowship (Duluth, Minnesota, USA)

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The Disciples Mennonite Fellowship in Duluth, Minnesota, USA, began in 1982 as a church planting effort by Gary Daught of the Faith Mennonite Church in Minneapolis. For some years, the group met in a room at the Damiano Center.

Disciples Mennonite Fellowship developed a unique ministry through its Mennonite Hand Weavers' Guild. Members designed, weaved and sold rugs made from clothing scraps donated at the clothing exchange at the Damiano Center. By 1990 it had purchased its fourth loom.

The congregation formally joined the Northern District Conference of the General Conference Mennonite Church in 1992.

Disciples Mennonite Fellowship was last listed in the 2001 Mennonite Directory.

Bibliography

Schmidt, Diena, ed. The Northern District Conference of the General Conference Mennonite Church 1891-1991. Freeman, S.D.: The Conference, 1991: 71-72.

Additional Information

Address: Damiano Center, 206 West 4th Street, Duluth, Minnesota

Phone:

Website:

Denominational Affiliations: Northern District Conference

General Conference Mennonite Church

Pastoral Leaders at Disciples Mennonite Fellowship

Name Years
of Service
Gary Daught 1982-1986
Victor D. Buller (1916-1998) 1987-1998
Paul D. Buller 1998-2001

Disciples Mennonite Fellowship Membership

Year Members
1994 24
2001 5


Author(s) Samuel J Steiner
Date Published August 2023

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Steiner, Samuel J. "Disciples Mennonite Fellowship (Duluth, Minnesota, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. August 2023. Web. 23 Feb 2024. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Disciples_Mennonite_Fellowship_(Duluth,_Minnesota,_USA)&oldid=177432.

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Steiner, Samuel J. (August 2023). Disciples Mennonite Fellowship (Duluth, Minnesota, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 23 February 2024, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Disciples_Mennonite_Fellowship_(Duluth,_Minnesota,_USA)&oldid=177432.




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