of Alberta

Trinity Mennonite Church fonds

Accession No. 2006.027

Title and Physical Description

Trinity Mennonite Church fonds. — 2004-2006. — .25 cm of textual records. — 1 CD

Biographical/Administrative History

The Trinity Mennonite Church began its services in 1983 and formally organized in 1984. The first building was occupied in 1990, a shared facility with Covenant Christian Reformed Church. They then met at Menno Simons Christian School on a temporary basis. Then they constructed a new church and moved in during 2006. The congregation originated through division from First Mennonite and Foothills Mennonite Churches. The Congregational leaders have been: Herman Walde (1984-1989), Peter Neudorf (1984-1985), Stewart Fraser (1984-1987), Gary Gerber (1985-1987), Bruce Wiebe (1988-1991), Jacob Froese (1990-1997), Doreen & Hugo Neufeld (1998-2004), Erwin Wiens (2005-2010), and William Loewen (2010- ). The congregation is affiliated with Mennonite Church Alberta and Mennonite Church Canada.

Scope & Content

The fonds consists of two series: A. Governance and B. Worship

Source of Acquisition

Gift by Trinity Mennonite Church and retrieved from its website

Finding Aids

See Files Inventory

Associated Materials

Records for the congregation held by Mennonite Heritage Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Records associated with the First Mennonite Church (Calgary) and Foothills Mennonite Church fonds held by MHSA.

Related Materials

For records related to the Trinity Mennonite Church, see The Mennonite Conference of Alberta: A History of its Churches and Institutions by C.L. Dick, 1980 (MHSA Library)


Accession No. 2006.027
Last Updated 30 Mar 2023 – Jim Bowman and Ted Regehr

Series Inventory

A. Governance. — 2006. — 1 CD
The series consists of records that govern the congregation. The records are arranged alphabetically

1-1 Trinity Mennonite Church Bylaws – Approved – 2006 [separated to CDs/DVDs Box 1]
1-2 Trinity Mennonite Church Constitution – Amended – 2006 [separated to CDs/DVDs Box 1]

B. Worship. — 2004. — .25 cm of textual materials
The series consists of congregational worship bulletins. The records are arranged chronologically

1-3 Bulletins – 2004