Centennial History of the Northwest Mennonite Conference by T.D. Regehr
The Northwest Mennonite Conference (NMC), formerly the Alberta-Saskatchewan Mennonite Conference, has had member congregations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Montana, and Alaska. It was organized by three small Alberta congregations in 1903. NMC has grown by adding new congregations of Mennonite settlers and initiatives in northern missions, voluntary service, and church planting. It now finds itself in a period of transition as it assesses new challenges and the impact of a major reorganization of the parent national and international conferences with which it is no longer affiliated.