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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Lyleton Presbyterian Church / Lyleton United Church (Lyleton, Municipality of Two Borders)

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This brick veneer structure in Lyleton, in the Municipality of Two Borders, was built as a Presbyterian church in the fall of 1903 and was opened officially on 3 January 1904. In 1925, Presbyterians and Methodists who had rented the church united to become the United Church. The church is still active.

Clerics

Period

Cleric

1903-1911

Rev. MacKay Omand

1911-1915

Rev. W. T. Beatty

1915-1920

Rev. G. A. Dyker

1920-1924

Rev. C. Austin

1924-1930

Rev. J. C. Parker

1930-1937

Rev. A. Smith

1937-1940

Rev. H. Johnson

1940-1943

Rev. S. H. Brenton

1943-1946

Rev. T. Head

1946-1948

Rev. A. Barber

1948-1949

None

1949-1951

Rev. Roy Wilson

1951-1954

Rev. Fred Hubbard

1954-1956

Rev. James M. Wilson

1956-1961

Rev. B. Pogue

1961-1962

John Hussey

1962-1969

Rev. Roger Lowe

1969-1972

Rev. Ted Burtch

1972-1975

Rev. Rainie McKinnon

1975-1977

Rev. Fernie Bradley

1977-1981

Rev. Carol Roberts

1981-?

Rev. Tony Thompson

Photos & Coordinates

Lyleton United Church

Lyleton United Church (July 2018)
Source: George Penner

Lyleton United Church

Lyleton United Church (July 2018)
Source: George Penner

Interior of Lyleton United Church

Interior of Lyleton United Church (August 2016)
Source: Jean McManus

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.05653, W101.17568
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

Harvests of Time: History of the R.M. of Edward by Edward History Book Committee, 1983, pages 248-250.

This page was prepared by George Penner, Jean McManus, and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 15 May 2021

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