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Religion - Mennonite Church - Virginia Mennonite Conference

Good, Richard. Enlarging the Borders: Published by the Virginia Mennonite Conference for its 150th Anniversary, 1835-1985. [Harrisonburg, Va.]: The Conference, [1985]. 61p.: illus.
This illustrated history looks at the mission work of the Mennonite Church in Virginia from its origins in the 1830's. In recent years education and retirement living are emphasized.
1. Mennonite Church - Missions. 2. Missions - Mennonite Church. 3. Virginia Mennonite Conference - History.

Virginia Mennonite Conference. Called to Faithful Service. Bringing into Focus the 1992 Ministries of Virginia Mennonite Conference and Board of Missions. Harrisonburg, Va.: The Conference, [1993]. 12p.: illus.
This is a heavily illustrated booklet featuring the programs and projects of the Conference. The Conference is headquartered in Harrisonburg.
1. Virginia Mennonite Conference. 2. Mennonite Church - Missions. 3. Missions - Mennonite Church.

Virginia Mennonite Conference. Enabling the Body of Christ to Work Together. Harrisonburg, Va.: The Conference, 1982. 15p.: illus., map, table.
This illustrated booklet gives an overview of the objectives of the Conference. A map marks the congregations affiliated with the Conference.
1. Virginia Mennonite Conference.

Virginia Mennonite Conference. Minutes and Proceedings, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987. Harrisonburg, Va.: The Conference, 1980-1987. 1 volume in loose-leaf format.
The minutes and proceedings of the several annual conferences are reprinted here.
1. Virginia Mennonite Conference. 2. Mennonite Church.

Virginia Mennonite Conference. Minutes of the Virginia Mennonite Conference Including Statistical Section With Data on Conference Leaders. [n.p.]: The Conference, 1983. various pagings: tables.
The minutes in this title cover the years 1967-1980. For minutes covering 1835-1966 see entry #902 in the compiler's 1989 Rockingham County bibliography.
1. Virginia Mennonite Conference.
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