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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Miniota Presbyterian Church / Miniota United Church (Miniota, Municipality of Prairie View)

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The United Church at Miniota, in the Municipality of Prairie View, was originally Miniota Presbyterian Church, becoming Miniota Union Church 1922 and Miniota United Church in 1925. The wood frame structure was constructed in 1903. When a new church building was built in 1985, the old church was converted into a private residence.

Clerics

Period

Cleric

1922-1927

Rev. Andrew Moffatt

1927-1930

Rev. Earl Dixon

1930-1936

Rev. Alex Stephens

1936-1941

Rev. George McMillan

1941-1945

Rev. Einar Egilsson

1945-1947

Rev. Kenneth A. Moyer

1947-1948

Rev. J. M. Wilson
Jim Perry
Miss Pratt

1948-1951

Rev. Caskey

1951-1952

Gordon Parker
Kenneth Moffatt

1952-?

Rev. Kenneth Moffatt

?-1955

Professor K. M. Hamilton
Charles Robert Newcombe (1914-1986)

1955-1959

Rev. A. M. Watts

1959-1962

Rev C. A. Geddes

1962-1965

Rev. John Sloan

1965-?

Rev. Jack Nield

Photos & Coordinates

The former Miniota United Church

The former Miniota United Church (February 2020)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.14438, W101.03504
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

Bridging the Years: 1879-1967 by Miniota Women’s Institute, c1967, pages 129, 147-151.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 April 2020

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