The Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario encourages and supports a
variety of projects which interpret Mennonite Heritage to Mennonites and
non-Mennonites alike through periodicals, workshops and seminars, public meetings, historical sites and publications.
2013 Spring Meeting
"Roots & Routes: Anabaptist/Black Interaction in 19th-century Canada"
New Coventant Mennonite Fellowship, Glen Allan, Ontario
Featuring a talk by Timothy Epp, lunch at the church, and an afternoon tour including such sites as:
- Mennonite and Black farms in Queen's Bush
- Sites of cemeteries and a Black church
Registration for lunch is now CLOSED. You are welcome to attend the talk and meeting. Some seats on the bus for the afternoon tour may still be available.
New Covenant Mennonite Fellowship is at 7827 Wellington Rd. 45, Glen Allan, Ontario.
Turn north from Line 86 (the highway between Elmira and Listowel) at Line 12 (from the Elmira direction) or Wellington Rd. 11 (from the Listowel direction), and turn on Wellington Rd. 45 towards Glen Allan.
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New edition of Mennonites in Ontario available!
Marlene Epp, Associate Professor of History, and Director of Mennonite Studies at Conrad Grebel University College, has updated her popular Mennonites in Ontario.
The cover features the striking fibre art by Judy Gascho-Jutzi, "Encounters along the Grand." Last updated in 2002, the 2012 edition includes new analysis and updated statistics. Mennonites in Ontario remains the best introduction to the myriad Amish and Mennonite groups in Ontario.
Mennonite Story Visitor Centre, St. Jacobs
Milton Good Library, Conrad Grebel University College, Waterloo
Wordsworth Books, Waterloo
Wallenstein General Store, Wallenstein
or order directly from the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario.
Cost: $8. If shipping is required, there is an additional $3 charge.
Take a virtual tour of the Brubacher House, an historical site co-sponsored by the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario and Conrad Grebel University College.
View a recent issue of
Ontario Mennonite History
(November 2005, Vol. 23 No.2)
(A publication of the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario)
If you would like to receive current issues of Ontario Mennonite History, become a member! See the Membership page or email us for further information.
• The Mennonite Historical Society of
Ontario is affiliated with
Conrad Grebel University College and the
Mennonite Archives of Ontario.