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The West Hills Mennonite Fellowship in [[Baden (Ontario, Canada)|Baden]], [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]], [[Canada]] began services in 1991 and formally organized in 1994. The congregation originated through outreach by a group of interested individuals primarily from the [[Steinmann Mennonite Church (Baden, Ontario, Canada)|Steinmann Mennonite Church]].
 
The West Hills Mennonite Fellowship in [[Baden (Ontario, Canada)|Baden]], [[Ontario (Canada)|Ontario]], [[Canada]] began services in 1991 and formally organized in 1994. The congregation originated through outreach by a group of interested individuals primarily from the [[Steinmann Mennonite Church (Baden, Ontario, Canada)|Steinmann Mennonite Church]].
  
Originally the group met in the former [[Baden Mennonite Church (Baden, Ontario, Canada)|Baden Mennonite Church]], until that building burned in April 2000. After using temporary facilities, the congregation then moved to a countryside location in North Easthope Township of Perth County, and purchased the church building in 2003 from a United Church of Canada for the sum of one dollar.  
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Originally the group met in the former [[Baden Mennonite Church (Baden, Ontario, Canada)|Baden Mennonite Church]], until that building burned in April 2000. After using temporary facilities, the congregation then moved to a countryside location in North Easthope Township of Perth County, and purchased the church building in 2003 from a United Church of Canada congregation for the sum of ten dollars plus legal costs.  
  
In late 2013, in a desire to return to the Baden community, the congregation purchased a former commercial property in the town of Baden, and transferred the countryside property to the non-denominational Appletree Community Church.  
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In late 2013, in a desire to return to the Baden community, the congregation purchased a former commercial property in the town of Baden, with plans to  transfer the countryside property to the non-denominational Appletree Community Church in early 2015. Renovation of the Baden property began in 2014 with plans to complete the project in 2015. West Hills will share space with the St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church at 60 Mill Street in Baden during the period between transferring the countryside property and completion of the renovation.
  
In 1995 there were 12 members; in 2000, 24; in 2004, 32. The congregation has been affiliated with [[Mennonite Church Eastern Canada|Mennonite Church Eastern Canada]] and [[Mennonite Church Canada|Mennonite Church Canada]].
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In 2014 there were 36 members with an additional 28 children high school age and younger. The congregation has been affiliated with [[Mennonite Church Eastern Canada|Mennonite Church Eastern Canada]] and [[Mennonite Church Canada|Mennonite Church Canada]].
 
 
Pastor Harold Shantz began service in September 2003 as a congregational leader after the retirement of Stan Gingerich..
 
 
= Bibliography =
 
= Bibliography =
 
''CMC Nexus'' (May 1996): 16.
 
''CMC Nexus'' (May 1996): 16.
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Rogalsky, Dave. "Church building moves from one group to another." ''Canadian Mennonite'' (24 November 2014): 17.
 
Rogalsky, Dave. "Church building moves from one group to another." ''Canadian Mennonite'' (24 November 2014): 17.
 
= Additional Information =
 
= Additional Information =
'''Address''':
 
  
'''Phone''': 519-634-8000
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'''Address''' 846 Nafziger Road, Baden, ON, N3A 3G6; the address of the facility under renovation is: 43 Snyder’s Road E, Baden, ON, N3A 2V3
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                [Co-ordinates of original meeting house pictured above: 43.443056 -80.788611 (43° 26' 35" N 80° 47' 19" W)]
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'''Phone''': 519-634-4993.
  
'''Website''':
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'''Website''':
  
 
'''Denominational Affiliations''':
 
'''Denominational Affiliations''':
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[http://www.mennonitechurch.ca/ Mennonite Church Canada]
 
[http://www.mennonitechurch.ca/ Mennonite Church Canada]
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==Membership at West Hills==
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Year !! Members
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| 1995 || 12
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| 2000 || 24
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| 2008 || 32
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| 2015 || 41
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| 2020 || 21
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|}
  
 
==Pastoral Leaders at West Hills==
 
==Pastoral Leaders at West Hills==
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! Names !! Years<br /> of Service
 
! Names !! Years<br /> of Service
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| Leo McCarron || 1992-1994
 
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| Stan & Marie Gingerich || 1994-2003
 
| Stan & Marie Gingerich || 1994-2003
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| Ross Penner<br />(intentional interim) || 2008-2009
 
| Ross Penner<br />(intentional interim) || 2008-2009
 
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| Jodie Perkins || 2009-2010
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| Jodie Perkins || 2009-November 2010
 
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| Sean East || November 2010-present
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| Sean East || November 2010-August 2020
 
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[[Category:Churches]]
 
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West Hills Fellowship, 2004

The West Hills Mennonite Fellowship in Baden, Ontario, Canada began services in 1991 and formally organized in 1994. The congregation originated through outreach by a group of interested individuals primarily from the Steinmann Mennonite Church.

Originally the group met in the former Baden Mennonite Church, until that building burned in April 2000. After using temporary facilities, the congregation then moved to a countryside location in North Easthope Township of Perth County, and purchased the church building in 2003 from a United Church of Canada congregation for the sum of ten dollars plus legal costs.

In late 2013, in a desire to return to the Baden community, the congregation purchased a former commercial property in the town of Baden, with plans to transfer the countryside property to the non-denominational Appletree Community Church in early 2015. Renovation of the Baden property began in 2014 with plans to complete the project in 2015. West Hills will share space with the St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church at 60 Mill Street in Baden during the period between transferring the countryside property and completion of the renovation.

In 2014 there were 36 members with an additional 28 children high school age and younger. The congregation has been affiliated with Mennonite Church Eastern Canada and Mennonite Church Canada.

Bibliography

CMC Nexus (May 1996): 16.

Coxson, Doug. "Westhills Church buys former Baden Emporium for new church and community space." New Hamburg Independent (12 November 2013). Web. http://www.newhamburgindependent.ca/news/westhills-church-buys-former-baden-emporium-for-new-church-and-community-space/.

Mennonite Reporter (29 November 1993): 16.

Rogalsky, Dave. "Church building moves from one group to another." Canadian Mennonite (24 November 2014): 17.

Additional Information

Address 846 Nafziger Road, Baden, ON, N3A 3G6; the address of the facility under renovation is: 43 Snyder’s Road E, Baden, ON, N3A 2V3

               [Co-ordinates of original meeting house pictured above: 43.443056 -80.788611 (43° 26' 35" N 80° 47' 19" W)]
Phone: 519-634-4993.
Website:

Denominational Affiliations: Mennonite Church Eastern Canada

Mennonite Church Canada

Membership at West Hills

Year Members
1995 12
2000 24
2008 32
2015 41
2020 21

Pastoral Leaders at West Hills

Names Years
of Service
Leo McCarron 1992-1994
Stan & Marie Gingerich 1994-2003
Harold & Judy Shantz 2003-2007
Ross Penner
(intentional interim)
2008-2009
Jodie Perkins 2009-November 2010
Sean East November 2010-August 2020


Author(s) Samuel J Steiner
Date Published December 2014

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Steiner, Samuel J. "West Hills Mennonite Fellowship (Baden, Ontario, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. December 2014. Web. 13 Aug 2022. https://gameo.org/index.php?title=West_Hills_Mennonite_Fellowship_(Baden,_Ontario,_Canada)&oldid=171714.

APA style

Steiner, Samuel J. (December 2014). West Hills Mennonite Fellowship (Baden, Ontario, Canada). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 13 August 2022, from https://gameo.org/index.php?title=West_Hills_Mennonite_Fellowship_(Baden,_Ontario,_Canada)&oldid=171714.




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