United Brethren Church in Canada

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Organization Information Record Year 2016

Name: United Brethren Church in Canada
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Year Reporting: 2008
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Description: Founded in 1767 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, missionaries came to Canada about 1850. The first class was held in Kitchener in 1855, and the first building was erected in Port Elgin in 1867.

The Church of the United Brethren in Christ had its beginning with Philip William Otterbein and Martin Boehm, who were leaders in the revivalistic movement in Pennsylvania and Maryland during the late 1760s.

Contact Information Record Year 2016

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Country: Canada
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Attesting Officer Record Year 2016

Name: Rev. Brian Magnus
Position: Bishop

Membership & Attendance Record Year 2016

Full Communicants: 825
Other Members: 0
Total Inclusive Members: 825
Total Churches: 12
Average Attendance: 725
Membership Calculation Method: Census

Clergy Record Year 2016

Serving Churches: 12
Other Service to the Church: 2
Retired: 2
Total Clergy: 16

Religious Education Record Year 2016

Total Schools: 0
Pupils: 0
Staff: 0
Total Individuals: 0

Finance Record Year 2016

Total Benevolences: $0.00
Total Giving Local Expense: $0.00
Total Financial: $0
Receipts/Expenditures: Expenditures