Stonewall United Church burnt in 1978
Stonewall United Church 
 
    Our Methodist and Presbyterian roots go back to 1868 and 1877 when the first churches were a simple log structure and Victoria Hall. In 1883, construction was started on the present Knox Presbyterian Church where it stands to-day. In 1888 a new Methodist Church was erected on the present-day site of our church. In 1925 the Methodist Church and about half of the Presbyterian congregation voted to become part of the new United Church of Canada.
    In late 2001 there was a service of celebration held in recognition of a three point charge amalgamation of Stonewall , Grassmere  and Brant-Argyle United Churches.
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369 1st Avenue North     Box 1099   Stonewall, Manitoba     R0C 2Z0
Ph: (204) 467-5469     E-mail: unitedc@mymts.net        Service at 10:00 a.m. every Sunday
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