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The Reinland Mennonite congregation at Blumenfeld, MB began services in 1958.
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The Reinland Mennonite Church at Blumenfeld, [[Manitoba (Canada)|Manitoba]] began services in 1958. The congregation divided from the [[Sommerfeld Mennonites|Sommerfelder]] when electricity was installed in church buildings. The Reinländer are probably the most conservative of Mennonite groups in Manitoba.
  
The Reinland Mennonite Church of Manitoba has one Aeltester and nine ministers for seven congregations. Total membership of the conference in 1990 was 1550. Services are provided on a rotational basis. All leaders are not salaried.
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The Reinland Mennonite Church of Manitoba has one Aeltester and nine ministers for seven congregations. Total membership of the conference in 1990 was 1550. Services are provided on a rotational basis. All leaders are not salaried. Bishop William H. Friesen served in 1990 as a non-salaried congregational leader. The congregation has been affiliated with the [[Reinland Mennonite Church (Manitoba)|Reinland Mennonite Church]]. The language of worship is German.
 
 
The congregation divided from the Sommerfelder when electricity was installed in church buildings. The Reinländer are probably the most conservative of Mennonite groups in Manitoba.
 
 
 
Bishop William H. Friesen served in 1990 as a non-salaried congregational leader. The congregation has been affiliated with the Reinlander Mennonite Church. The language of worship is German.
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
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<em class="gameo_bibliography">Canadian Mennonite</em> (24 October 1958): 3.
 
<em class="gameo_bibliography">Canadian Mennonite</em> (24 October 1958): 3.
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Petkau, Irene Friesen. <em class="gameo_bibliography">Blumenfeld: Where Land and People Meet.</em> 1981: 50-51.
 
Petkau, Irene Friesen. <em class="gameo_bibliography">Blumenfeld: Where Land and People Meet.</em> 1981: 50-51.
 
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The Reinland Mennonite Church at Blumenfeld, Manitoba began services in 1958. The congregation divided from the Sommerfelder when electricity was installed in church buildings. The Reinländer are probably the most conservative of Mennonite groups in Manitoba.

The Reinland Mennonite Church of Manitoba has one Aeltester and nine ministers for seven congregations. Total membership of the conference in 1990 was 1550. Services are provided on a rotational basis. All leaders are not salaried. Bishop William H. Friesen served in 1990 as a non-salaried congregational leader. The congregation has been affiliated with the Reinland Mennonite Church. The language of worship is German.

Bibliography

Canadian Mennonite (24 October 1958): 3.

Reimer, Margaret Loewen. One Quilt Many Pieces: a Reference Guide to Mennonite Groups in Canada. Waterloo, ON: Mennonite Publishing Service, 1990: 46.

Petkau, Irene Friesen. Blumenfeld: Where Land and People Meet. 1981: 50-51.


Author(s) Sam Steiner
Date Published April 1997


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Steiner, Sam. "Reinland Mennonite Church (Blumenfeld, Manitoba, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. April 1997. Web. 27 Sep 2020. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Reinland_Mennonite_Church_(Blumenfeld,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=113941.

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Steiner, Sam. (April 1997). Reinland Mennonite Church (Blumenfeld, Manitoba, Canada). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 27 September 2020, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=Reinland_Mennonite_Church_(Blumenfeld,_Manitoba,_Canada)&oldid=113941.




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