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Religion - Mennonite Church - Congregations

"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ... Beldor." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 24 (November 29, 1962): [2].
This brief article gives a description and history of the Church. A picture of the meetinghouse is furnished.
1. Beldor Mennonite Church - History.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ... Cross Roads." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 37 (February 28, 1963): 2.
This is a short history and description of a church located west of Timberville. A picture of the meetinghouse is furnished.
1. Cross Roads Mennonite Church.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ... Morning View." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 16 (October 4, 1962): [2].
Located near Singers Glen this is a historical sketch and description of the Church. A picture of the meetinghouse is provided.
1. Morning View Mennonite Church.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ... Mt. Vernon." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 15 (September 27, 1962): [2].
A brief history and description of the Mt. Vernon congregation is presented. A picture of the meetinghouse is furnished.
1. Mt. Vernon Mennonite Church.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ... Rawley Springs." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 32 (January 24, 1963): 2.
This is a historical and descriptive article on the Rawley Springs congregation. A picture of the meetinghouse is furnished.
1. Rawley Springs Mennonite Church - History.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ... Zion Hill." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 2, no. 8 (August 22, 1963): 2.
This article gives historical and descriptive information on the Zion Hill congregation. A picture of the meetinghouse is furnished.
1. Zion Hill Mennonite Church - History.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ...Pike." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 41 (March 28, 1963): 2.
This article gives historical and descriptive information of the Pike Church. A picture of the meetinghouse is provided.
1. Pike Mennonite Church - History.
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"Getting Acquainted with Our Churches ...Weavers." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 1, no. 9 (August 16, 1962): [2].
A description of Weavers Church is given along with some historical information. A picture of the meetinghouse is provided.
1. Weavers Mennonite Church.
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"Introducing Beldor Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 9, no. 17 (October 22, 1970): 1,3.
This article discusses the Beldor Mennonite Church in 1970. The Church is located southeast of Elkton. The discussion notes what the membeship is doing and lists some individuals.
1. Beldor Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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"Introducing Cross Roads Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 9, no. 39 (March 25, 1971): 1.
Cross Roads Mennonite Church is located west of Timberville. The article looks at the Church in 1971 and notes the various membership activities. Some individuals are named.
1. Cross Roads Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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"Introducing Morning View Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 8, no. 41 (April 9, 1970): 1,4.
The Morning View Mennonite Church is located between Singers Glen and Cootes Store. The article gives summary information on the Church's history. Most of the article looks at the Church in 1970. A large number of members are noted.
1. Morning View Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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"Introducing Mt. Clinton Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 8, no. 39 (March 26, 1970): 1,3.
This is a brief sketch of the Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church. The emphasis is on the Church in 1970. A number of church members are named.
1. Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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"Introducing Mt. Hermon Congregation (Northern District)." The Valley Mennonite Messenger. 10, no. 27 (December 30, 1971): 1,4.
The Mt. Hermon Mennonite Church is located in the northwestern area of Rockingham County. This article discusses the current activities of the Church membership.
1. Mt. Hermon Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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"Introducing Weavers Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 8, no. 49 (June 4, 1970): 1,3,4.
Weavers Mennonite Church is located west of Harrionburg. The article looks at the Church in 1970. It provides an account of what the membership and their church activities at that time. Some of the members are noted.
1. Weavers Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Blosser, Marie S. "Farewell to the Old Weavers Church." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 3, no. 32 (February 4, 1965): 3.
A farewell poem, read at the last service of "old" Weavers Church on January 24, 1943 is printed. A picture of this meetinghouse is provided.
1. Weavers Mennonite Church.
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Brunk, Harry A. "The History of the Bank Church." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 3, no. 43 (April 22, 1965): 4,6.
The text of a dedication service for a new meetinghouse at Bank Mennonite Church is printed.
1. Bank Mennonite Church.
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Chupp, Mrs. Harvey. "Introducing Gospel Hill." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 9, no. 42 (April 15, 1971): 1,3.
This church is located in the Fulks Run area. The article discusses current membership activities. Some individuals are named.
1. Gospel Hill Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Coffman, Nellie, and Heatwole, Margaret. "Introducing Bank Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 8, no. 45 (May 7, 1970): 1,3,4.
A look at Bank Mennonite Church is presented in this article. It looks at the church in 1970 and notes a number of individuals.
1. Bank Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Gerber, Janice. "Introducing Lindale." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 9, no. 44 (April 29, 1971): 1,3.
Lindale Mennonite Church is located north of Harrisonburg off of highway 42. The article discusses the Church and its current activities. Some individuals are names.
1. Lindale Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Goering, Regina M. A History of the Bank Mennonite Church. Dayton, Va.: The Church, 1989. 22p.: illus.
This short history notes the establishment of the congregation in 1849. Appendices include a list of the leaders at the church, evangelists holding services between 1937-1988, and a note on slaves that are buried in the church cemetery.
1. Bank Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Grove, Mrs. Earl L. "The Corner Stone." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 3, no. 33 (February 11, 1865): 3.
This is a brief account of the ceremony and events at the laying of a corner stone at Weavers Mennonite Church. A picture of the corner stone is furnished. The article notes this was the first known service for laying a corner stone in a Virginia Mennonite church.
1. Weavers Mennonite Church.
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Heatwole, Jacob A. "A Historical Sketch of the Bank Church, Rockingham County, Virginia." In Mennonite Year-Book and Directory, 28, 30. Scottdale, Penn.: Mennonite Publishing House, 1907.
A brief overview of the early years of Bank Mennonite Church is related in this report. The author emphasizes various trials and tribulations within the congregation.
1. Bank Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Lindale Mennonite Church. Congregational Directory. [n.p.]: The Church, [n.d.]. [16]p.: illus.

1. Lindale Mennonite Church - Directories. 2. Mennonite Church - Directories.
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Park View Mennonite Church. Park View Mennonite Church [Directory]. EMU-HL holdings: 1977, 1983, 1984, 1993, 1997 ed. Harrisonburg, Va.: The Church.

1. Park View Mennonite Church - Directories. 2. Mennonite Church - Directories.
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Petersheim, Ruby. "Introducing Zion Hill Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 9, no. 3 (July 16, 1970): 3.
This Church is located near Singers Glen. A description of the Church in 1970 is presented along with activities of the members.
1. Zion Hill Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Pike Mennonite Church. 1992 Pike Mennonite Church Directory. Harrisonburg, Va.: The Church, 1992. 12p.
This directory is arranged by family with address and telephone number. Birthdays and anniversaries are listed.
1. Pike Mennonite Church - Directories. 2. Mennonite Church - Directories.
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Showalter, Elizabeth. "Introducing Zion Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 9, no. 51 (June 24, 1971): 1,3.
Zion Mennonite Church is located south of Broadway. The article discusses the current membership and their activities. A large number of individuals are named.
1. Zion Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Steffy, Herb, and Steffy, Bev. "The Church on Red Hill." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 10, no. 21 (November 18, 1971): 1,3,4.
This is a historical sketch of Ridgeway Mennonite Church in Harrisonburg. Church work was begun as mission work as early as 1943 on "Red Hill."
1. Ridgeway Mennonite Church - History. 2. Red Hill Mennonite Mission. 3. Mennonite Church - History.
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Suter, Mary. "The Story of How Our Congregation Started." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 3, no. 39 (March 25, 1965): 3,6.
This article is taken from a speech Suter gave to the members of the Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church on the early years of their congregation.
1. Mt. Clinton Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Swartz, Naomi. "Introducing Pike Congregation." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 8, no. 51 (June 18, 1970): 1,3.
Pike Mennonite Church is located south of Harrisonburg. The article discusses the Church in 1970. It describes what the membership is doing and lists some members names.
1. Pike Mennonite Church - History. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Yoder, Gregory M. A History of Leadership at Community Mennonite Church. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: Eastern Mennonite University, 1995. 24, [6], 4p.: graphs, tables. Bibliography: p. 24.
The program of worship and outreach is emphasized in this history of Community Mennonite Church. Yoder highlights the congregational planing and work to involve all members in their worship.
1. Comunity Mennonite Church. 2. Mennonite Church - History.
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Zion Mennonite Church. Organization of the Zion Mennonite Church. rev. ed. ed. Broadway, Va.: The Church, 1987. 13p.

1. Zion Mennonite Church.
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